An estimated 40,000 Chicagoans turned out yesterday to show their support for science and display some really excellent protest signs.
The library’s archivists are crowdsourcing posters and pussy hats.
Also, the grandson of Alderman Carrie Austin has been charged with first-degree murder.
Also, an 18,000-square-foot Rolling Stones exhibit will open at Navy Pier in April.
Inauguration parties, rallies, art shows, fund-raisers, and more
Newly obtained video from Saturday’s demonstration calls into question CPD’s account of the events that led to Ja’Mal Green being charged with aggravated battery of an officer.
Also, City Council considers new measures on police reform.
Nearly 41 years after the premier of Cooley High, we take a look back at CPS during the 60s and 70s, and the longstanding fight for educational equality.
Also, the mayor’s accountability task force has released a scathing report on racism in the police force.
Eighteen-year-old Rachel Brown never imagined her joke would motivate thousands of Chicagoans to stage Wednesday’s mass walkout.
Three hundred photos, many never seen before, depict the Chicago social movements of the 1950s and ’60s.
While closing clinics, the city found money for spying on protesters.
A permanent collection at Chicago’s Ukrainian National Museum sheds light on the ongoing conflict in Ukraine.
The students of Lincoln Park High are the role models that the Board of Education—and the City Council—should follow.
Discontent with Mayor Rahm Emanuel may be rising, but he can still raise gazillions whenever he wants.