Who Among US Can Tell Chicago’s Story?

  Police cars, howling sirens, weeping friends and family and the yellow police tape that marks another  tragedy. We’ve seen and witnessed these scenarios in the news media and live, unfortunately. Too many times. So what do we want from them today? We want context: what it means? If you watch “Chicago Love,” this Wednesday, […]

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We Are A City of Many

We are a city of many  – many faces, many roots, many hopes. How well is the story told about this city of many roots? We’re holding a forum talking exactly about this: Can White Newsrooms Tell Chicago’s Story? It’s fr0m 6:30 to 8:30 pm on Tuesday, Dec. 2 at room 219, 33 East Congress, […]

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The Underworld of Teens in the Shadows

They are the pawns of a hell that thrives among us. They wandered into it out of despair or confusion. Or they are trapped and sold and marketed. And they often live amid the crippling dysfunction that feeds the mayhem that feeds violence in our city. They are the teens snared in human trafficking, and […]

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