At Casa Al-Fatiha in Logan Square, two local musicians built a sanctuary for LGBTQ asylum seekers.
A guide to your rights as a Chicago renter during a pandemic
From voter outreach to working for their communities, undocumented immigrants across the Chicago area don’t let their immigration status get in the way of participating politically.
These organizations supported the amendment for a graduated income tax, but now must find ways to support their communities after election loss.
We likely won’t see the 75 percent cut that organizers have asked for, but there are some proposals on the table.
A Q&A with the designer of the People’s Budget bus tour
A guide to who holds the power and purse strings when it comes to Chicago’s money
Budget season is here but it’s more dogged than usual. How will the city recover from a nearly billion-dollar budget gap?
Latinx immigrants in three south side neighborhoods—Back of the Yards, Pilsen, and South Chicago—share their fears and hopes as the 2020 census count comes to an end.
Chicago election officials seek paid election judges in November, especially those who are multilingual.
As time runs out, some of the neighborhoods in Chicago with the lowest census response rates are those with high numbers of Latinx immigrants.
As debate rages in Washington, undocumented immigrants fear that federal relief may never come. Southwest Side community organizers see a need for systemic change.
“There is a system in place that keeps people homeless and poor and it’s so much bigger than any particular organization.”
A widow tried to save her late husband’s life during his stay at 26th and Cal. Instead she witnessed the explosive spread of COVID-19 inside.
On returning home and finding joy at the 42nd annual Puerto Rican People’s Day Parade