The 32-year-old statute was enacted during the height of homophobic panic about HIV and AIDS.
A double-digit entrance fee at a Rogers Park pride festival violated city rules—and left many in the queer community feeling exploited and excluded.
The Columbia College graduate has been held in Myanmar to the detriment of free speech everywhere.
After a much-delayed name change of the neighborhood, there is still work to be done.
Activists say Illinois’s law that makes it illegal to expose others to HIV is racist and homophobic. Now they’re close to changing it.
The narrative that young and previously healthy Americans are the “new” pandemic patients is an erasure of Latino victims.
A local nonprofit, Lighthouse Foundation, is surveying some of the city’s largest LGBTQ+ institutions and will be grading them on just how far their diversity and inclusion goes.
Biden’s $2T infrastructure package would dramatically beef up funding for transit, vehicle electrification, and Amtrak.
Ten years after the last Cabrini-Green high-rise came down, former residents look back at the community that shaped them.
Nearly six months after dozens of people came forward with allegations, the religious school has made few moves—and isn’t talking.
State legislature targets usury “to get to the heart of systemic racism”
Health officials aren’t addressing—or even tracking—the impact of COVID-19 by gender, gender identity, and sexual orientation.
A string of fires and stabbings have many advocates worried, and challenges in reporting and investigating these crimes leave little hope for justice.
Essential workers have kept our economy going; now we want to hear what they need to keep going.
Members of the Chicago Police Enforcers football team have been involved in more than 200 incidents where they’ve injured civilians through use of force.