The tap water at Stateville has been dangerous for decades.
Gentrifying Uptown may be ready for the return of Helen Shiller’s spirit.
IDOC’s job opportunities are so few and repression of organizing so intense that few inmates may be joining the nationwide labor strike. That doesn’t mean they’re not resisting.
Despite filing multiple complaints against guards and inmates, Strawberry Hampton is being denied a transfer to a women’s prison.
The city could face further lawsuits after a judge ruled that a homeless tent city in Uptown was not a protected protest.
The People’s Response Team recently taught a class on the monitoring of interactions between citizens and police officers.
What a Jeff Sessions-lead Department of Justice could mean for the ongoing probe into CPD
Grassroots groups around Chicago are already putting abolitionist ideas into practice.
In Pontiac, former Tamms inmates are experiencing a new luxury: they can see the person they’re talking with.
This week’s Chicagoan: Alan Mills, legal director, Uptown People’s Law Center