“The unfortunate thing about mental health is we don’t take it seriously until it impacts our lives,” said Jonny Boucher, founder of Hope for the Day.
In the U.S. military forces, 16.6 percent of those enlisted are women, up from about 2 percent in 1973.
“This is like a safe house, a place to relax, get exercise. But the main reason is so you won’t be outside and get caught up,” says 1 teen of the site
The elder statesman of Chicago’s black community will be honored Saturday at the University of Chicago and Sunday at the South Shore Cultural Center.
The more areas of the brain that are active when taking in new data, the more likely we are to remember new information, according to neurologists.
Hospital tragedy said to exemplify the intersection of domestic violence and gun violence, both issues that disproportionately affect people of color.
Activist Tarana Burke, who coined “Me Too” in 2006 to raise awareness of the pervasiveness of sexual abuse.
The 42nd president said those who attack underrepresented groups do it to “fill this emotional chasm … that we think our differences matter more.”
Organizers of Chicago’s third Women’s March urged first-time voters to hit the polls for the midterm elections Nov. 6.
“We need you to collect petitions. We need you to door knock. We need you to donate,” said Kina Collins, founder of the Chicago Neighborhood Alliance.
Eric Reid made his return to the NFL four months after filing a grievance against the NFL alleging teams colluded against signing him.
The task force has been looking at allegations of incidents that are sometimes decades old. One rejected case against Kevin Spacey dates to 1992.
The deluge of dialogue about sexual violence in the media triggered by the Kavanaugh hearing can be re-traumatizing for survivors, experts say.
Fight for $15, a national effort to boost the minimum wage, is calling for employees to walk out starting at 11 a.m., at the start of the lunch rush.
Steve Bannon spoke Saturday in New York during an ideas festival sponsored by The Economist.