Posts Tagged ‘racism’

Woman who defied 300 neo-Nazis at Swedish rally speaks of anger

Posted on: May 5th, 2016

“It was an impulse. I was so angry, I just went out into the street,” Asplund told the Guardian. “I […]

Natalie Y. Moore digs into the ways that segregation continues to shape the politics of her hometown, as well as her own life.

Posted on: April 13th, 2016

Talking Housing Segregation And Chicago With WBEZ’s Natalie Y. Moore

Talking About Race and Privilege in the Loyola Classroom

Posted on: February 3rd, 2016 1 Comment

As Loyola students of color draw attention to their experiences of marginalization in classrooms and throughout their Loyola experience, as […]

Black Friday Protests Hit Chicago.

Posted on: November 30th, 2015

The Black Friday protests in the luxury corridor are the continuation of simmering tensions in Chicago, where Officer Jason Van […]

Loyola University Chicago students protest racism on college campuses

Posted on: November 16th, 2015

Loyola Chicago Students protest peacefully and in solidarity with students around the United States over racial issues on college campuses.

Suburbs Evading New Low-Income Housing Tax Credit Program

Posted on: October 12th, 2015

The Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) program is the largest federal initiative for building affordable housing. WBEZ analyzed where those […]

Prof. Calcagno Reflects on Race and Identity

Posted on: July 16th, 2015

Rachel Dolezal and Race and Identity


ACLU Statement on Racialized Justice and Petition to end Militarization of Police

Posted on: August 20th, 2014

The American Civil Liberties Union is a large non-profit agency that engages with questions of legal justice regularly. This article […]

Racial bias still main cause of hate crime

Posted on: April 9th, 2014

“Cycles do not stop or change until people come together and rise to change the course of the system.”

A Civil Rights Leader You’ve Probably Never Heard Of

Posted on: February 19th, 2014

Elizabeth Peratrovich, an Alaska Native woman, helped pass the United States’ first anti-discrimination law 69 years ago this month.