Andrew Bird and Ian Schneller transplant Sonic Arboretum, and more
An excerpt of a new book on the Black Panther leader’s death and its aftermath by People’s Law Office cofounder Jeffrey Haas
The Block Museum kicks off its Gordon Parks photo exhibit with a Thursday screening of his film “The Learning Tree,” the first modern studio film by a black director.
Chicago Film Archives presents a series on Chicago filmmaker Howard Alk.
Tomorrow’s outrage today.
Over more than two decades, Haki and Safisha Madhubuti have proved that African-centered education can amount to more than a black version of history. It can also be a springboard to a bright future.
He was the informant who gave the FBI the floor plan of Fred Hampton’s apartment. Last week he ran onto the Eisenhower Expressway and killed himself.
At about 4:30 AM on the bitter cold morning of Thursday, December 4, 1969, three unmarked police cars and a panel truck pulled away from the 26th Street office of the Cook County state’s attorney and moved like a small funeral procession through the deserted streets of Chicago’s west side. The brief journey of no […]