The Goodman’s production is lyrical and heartbreaking.
A mostly complete local viewing guide
The reenactments in Jordan Rome’s video series are designed so white people will empathize with the victims—and then take action.
This week Zeshan B celebrates his debut solo album, Vetted, which blends Indo-Pakistani music and American soul.
Vershawn Ward of Red Clay Dance performs #SayHerName at Links Hall as part of a solo program titled “The Body Wails, the Body Restores.”
The Vision Zero initiative brings the possibility of more encounters between police and people using the streets.
Also, a WGN Radio host was suspended for prank calling Rahm on air in the middle of the night.
Also, Dick Durbin reportedly won’t make a decision on running against Bruce Rauner until the November election is over.
Also, Chicago remembers Sandra Bland one year after her death.
“Not that we didn’t feel safe here before, but we have a new normal now,” says church administrator Morgan Dixon.
Also, the history of Chicago Public Schools’ financial mismanagement, and Sandra Bland’s mother introduces Hillary Clinton at a Bronzeville campaign rally.
This House Believes the American Dream Is at the Expense of the American Negro re-creates a debate that couldn’t be more relevant to the time of #BlackLivesMatter.