Beats Over Bullets uses Pitchfork to bring new converts to Everytown for Gun Safety, Mothers Against Senseless Killings, and the Wear Orange campaign.
Pitchfork Music Festival joins Mothers Against Senseless Killings and Everytown for Gun Safety in its community outreach this year.
Also, Dick Durbin reportedly won’t make a decision on running against Bruce Rauner until the November election is over.
Thursday’s Wear Orange Party for Peace includes a set by Noname, whose recent single is a tender celebration of life.
By blaming legislators for weak gun laws, Mayor Emanuel has ducked questions about his policing strategies.
How city leaders reacted to some of the most notorious outbreaks of violence over the last two decades
Victory Gardens’ The Gospel of Lovingkindness hits close to home, but preaches too much.
A New Yorker story on President Obama reveals more about the state of the union, and its leader, than the State of the Union speech will.
Is there a cure for Chicago’s crippling dependence on firearms?
Chicago has the toughest gun laws in the country, but it’s not clear what they’re accomplishing.
Mayor Rahm gears up to do what he does best—squeeze contributions from rich people, this time for a good cause.
The people responsible for drug and gang violence follow a pattern: despair.
Is there something deeper than gun violence that we need to focus on?
“We have to help Chicago,” education secretary Arne Duncan says.