Asylum seekers who undergo medical exams as part of their legal case are more than twice as likely to be granted asylum as those who do not.
The book’s set in 1944. The movie’s in 2019. The story’s still a profound meditation on statelessness.
Nadine Labaki’s drama is almost too much realism to bear.
As the first snowfalls of winter pummel our work-weary faces, it’s difficult to keep in mind that Chicago can be a safe haven, a destination for refugees, a warm and […]
Sarah Beharovic, 20, of Crystal Lake, get garbed by “the Kimono Lady,” Kerry, of Ohio Kimono.
The director’s latest stop-motion animation touches on the subjects of authoritarian regimes and refugee crises.
Also, CPS alters plans to shut down three Englewood high schools over the summer.
Spertus reopens its gallery with an installation that blends the past and present.
Now playing at the Music Box Theatre, the film spotlights the refugee experience with humor and pathos.
Also, Standard & Poor’s calls the Illinois house’s actions a “crucial step” to end budget stalemate.
In Objects in the Mirror, a refugee’s troubles aren’t over when he reaches safety.
After a long wait, prolonged by the Trump executive order, a family finally makes it to Chicago.
Eighteen survivors came to Skokie’s Illinois Holocaust Museum Thursday to express solidarity with the refugees and nationals of seven primarily-Muslim countries who have been forbidden entry into the U.S.
Also, the owner of the Willis Tower is investing in a $500 million renovation.
Also, 15 percent of Eli’s Cheesecake employees are war refugees.