Lanice Walker, 38, sits with her children Dec. 21, 2015, at their apartment in Chicago. Some of her children were […]
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A Loyola professor is leading the charge against unfair Federal Housing Policy affecting Chicago’s Poor
Hundreds marched and rallied in Chicago Thursday evening to “reclaim” the legacy of the late Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. […]
The Black Friday protests in the luxury corridor are the continuation of simmering tensions in Chicago, where Officer Jason Van […]
The Startling Racial Divide In Pay For Restaurant Workers living in Chicago.
The Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) program is the largest federal initiative for building affordable housing. WBEZ analyzed where those […]
Minimum Wage on Loyola’s Campus as a micro level example of the greater minimum wage issue going on in Chicago. […]
Madigan fights against insurance companies charging victims of rape for evidence collection.
An interesting look at Black Business’ slow flight from Bronzeville.
This article from CBS-Chicago details Chicago residents attempting to stop the horrid gun violence in their neighborhoods by posting a […]
Chicago Job sites like Unistaff have seen a spike in applications ahead of the soon to be $10 city wide […]