May 14, 2023
An Unfinished Story: Stephany Rose Spaulding’s Journey of Making Change
“There's a lot of resiliency, particularly that Black women have to exert to get to where the world recognizes them as history makers, but they're making history almost every day,” Rev. Dr. Stephany Rose Spaulding said.
April 4, 2023
Shooting Survivor Sues Chicago Police Over ‘Non-Pursuit’ Policy
A 24-year-old man who survived a shooting is suing the City of Chicago for allegedly failing to pursue the suspect who later shot him.
March 11, 2023
Chicago’s Bronzeville Community Highlighted at the Chicago History Museum
”[W]e are centering the Black community, but for us, this is for all of Chicago because Black history is Chicago history and is America’s history,” Storms told The Click.
February 27, 2023
Q&A: Making Sense of the Fight Over Freight in Illinois
"[P]eople of color disproportionately live next to highways. If you have all the freight facilities and all the highways mostly being adjacent to Black and Latino communities, we're the ones that are dealing with the negative impacts of air pollution the most."
February 15, 2023
Police Oversight Commission Challenges Use of ‘Gang Database’ in Chicago
Chicago’s new civilian police oversight commission challenged the Chicago Police Department’s use of the so-called gang database in its first directive issued Jan. 26 during a community meeting at Olive-Harvey College.