Chicago rapper and librarian Roy Kinsey has drawn national attention for his remarkable concept albums and their sensitive, piercingly thoughtful lyrics. In 2018 he dropped Blackie: A Story by Roy Kinsey, a deeply personal and thoroughly researched record about race in America that’s informed by Kinsey’s family history and the Great Migration; last year he […]
With his next album, Roy Kinsey wants to make the music he wishes he’d heard as a young queer man of color.
Kitchen has brought Punk Rock and Donuts to CPL and book talk to Lumpen Radio.
In another case of “do as I say not as I do,” Bruce Rauner, hater of teachers’ unions, sends his daughter to a unionized Chicago high school.