This comic has been created for the Reader to document the year-long, citywide event series Chicago 1919: Confronting the Race Riots. Coordinated by the Newberry Library and funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities, the initiative seeks to address difficult history through community conversations across the city. v Credit: Anya Davidson
Cycle of injustice continues as blacks still ticketed at far higher rates for biking violations.
But according to the results of a new survey, Chicagoans are willing to donate to news organizations and even get involved in coverage.
A new study recommends ways to break down the barriers to Chicago’s bike-share program.
They plan to lobby decision makers and possibly file a class action lawsuit.