December 1st was the anniversary of a tragic fire at a Catholic school in Humboldt Park.
Archive for the ‘In Chicago…’ Category
NBC Chicago reports on efforts to ensure availability of reserved parking spots for people with physical disabilities.
Conor Malloy, a LUC theology graduate, received funding from the Chicago Bar Foundation to support the Justice Entrepreneurs Project.
Streetsblog Chicago writes on a proposal by Republicans in Congress to eliminate the federal gas tax and put states in charge of transportation funding.
A temporary increase in food stamp funding ended October 31, cutting benefits for low-income families across the country.
Alexa Asmus of the Loyola Phoenix shares work done by Loyola students to support high schoolers in Archer Heights and Brighton Park.
Chicago Reader’s Mick Dumke explores the economic, practical, and social justice implications of our “medieval court system,” particularly Cook County’s bond court.
Complaints by neighbors make BYC’s future uncertain as it fights for a special-use permit to remain in its current home.
A new report from the Grassroots Collaborative highlights the effect of city priorities on racial inequality.
Joshua Adams shares frustrations about outsiders’ views on race and gun violence in Chicago in an Ebony magazine editorial.