Looking for some mid-month fun? Check out the following events and ideas. FRI 5/13 Broken Nose Theatre continues its season with the Chicago premiere of Zoe Kazan’s dystopic drama After […]
An interfaith demand for justice in Palestine and Israel
Palestinian producer and rapper Muqata’a is the godfather of Ramallah’s underground hip-hop scene. In 2007, while recording under the name Boikutt, he cofounded hip-hop collective Ramallah Underground, which lasted just […]
To censure or not to censure? The university community is divided.
The alternative to the Chicago Pride Parade announces its solidarity with Palestine after a controversy broke out involving pro-Israel marchers in 2017.
After revoking a job offer over controversial tweets, UI defends its decision with an appeal to the need for civility on campus.
Author Ali Abunimah visits Evanston to discuss the conflict in Gaza and read from his book, The Battle for Justice in Palestine.
Evanston Public Library pulls the plug on a talk by pro-Palestine author Ali Abunimah.
Your guide to visual arts in the city this weekend
For pioneering photojournalist Ruth Gruber, words and pictures are tools to inspire others to act.
A panel about an academic boycott of Israel turns controversial.
Hannah Senesh wasn’t a Holocaust heroine, she was a World War II heroine.
Thoughts surrounding DAM, the first Palestinian rap group, who performs in Chicago on Friday.
A Wired article gives some insight into how technology’s role in the Israel-Hamas conflict
How Jennifer Egan’s New Yorker story presaged the insidious Gaza PR war being waged over social media