This Toll Does Not End

  In Newtown, Conn. the toll grew by another 27 lives. That was two years ago on Dec. 14. It was early in the morning as a troubled 20-year-old swept from his home to the Sandy Hook Elementary School. It was a heart-breaking addition to the chronicle of mass shootings in the US – a […]

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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 Trauma That Lingers

    Violence marks us with a fever. A fever that marks: The shooters or victims, who think they need to retaliate. Those, who think they need to defend  or protect themselves by carrying a gun. Those, who flee their streets, their communities, their cities wanting to protect themselves or their families or their businesses […]

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