Also, Dick Durbin says he isn’t interested in running for governor.
A report by the mayor’s public health department offers 200 “actionable strategies” to diminish health inequities. Reducing segregation isn’t one of them.
“We’ve got to find a way to let Negroes get what most white folks already have,” Lyndon Johnson told his speechwriter in 1965.
If the city’s white unemployment rate were nearly triple the black rate, would the Tribune say fiscal policy was the only issue that mattered?
A college student asks the mayoral candidates about segregation, and is disappointed by their answers.
The mayor gives a curious answer during last night’s debate.
There are two Chicagos, Emanuel’s challengers agree. But so far, only one of the challengers has pinpointed the underlying problem.
Racial segregation continues to inflict wounds on the south and west sides. And once again it’s ignored on the campaign trail.
Well, at least four of the five did.
CPS doesn’t have too few kids, but too many kids who are poor.
It’s never politically expedient for a president to fight segregation
Former home of the Hansberry family
Things look rosier in a new study than they do at 55th and Ashland