This International Women’s Day, more women report that they’re planning to vote, become activists, or run for office themselves.
Also, Chicago police used a Trump Hotel conference room during the Women’s March.
Also, the history behind the name of Kim and Kanye’s new daughter, Chicago West.
Looking back on the year of #MeToo
At the Smart Museum of Art, “Jayna Zweiman: Welcome Blanket” crowdsources handmade blankets for incoming migrants.
Three-hundred fifty artists and 1,700 people managed to raise $30,000 for Planned Parenthood.
The author of Listen Liberal looks prescient in the wake of Donald Trump’s victory.
The library’s archivists are crowdsourcing posters and pussy hats.
The library plans to add to its archive of protest materials.
The mayor unofficially canceled his scheduled appearance at Chicago’s march a day after attending a private Democratic donor conference in Florida.
Many signs were designed to get under the new president’s famously thin skin.
We’re all the same in that we know what we know about each other, whether we actually know much of anything.