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Time and details announced for Dr. Timuel Black’s public memorial

Program on December 5 at Rockefeller Memorial Chapel will open with African ancestor salute The public memorial for historian and civil rights leader Dr. Timuel...

CITYWIDE OUTDOOR ICE RINKS OPEN FOR THE SEASON NOVEMBER 26, PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED

Work-off holiday calories and take a fun break from shopping by hitting one of the Chicago Park District’s outdoor ice skating rinks and/or Maggie...

NatGeo’s latest series ‘The Hot Zone: Anthrax’ puts that period in American history at the forefront

With the world still reeling after the attacks of 9/11, America faces a second wave of attacks - the anthrax letters. Targeting journalists and...

Leaders from across the nation release statements regarding Ahmaud Arbery verdict

All three defendants, Gregory McMichael, Travis McMichael and William Bryan Jr., have been found guilty in the Ahmaud Arbery trial following deliberations that ended...

New congressional maps signed into law

By Peter Hancock Capitol News Illinois Gov. JB Pritzker on Tuesday signed legislation redrawing the state’s congressional district maps, saying they reflect Illinois’ diversity and...

THANKSGIVING 2021

This year, the Thanksgiving Holiday will be celebrated on Thursday, November 25. Thanksgiving, according to Wikipedia, “is a national celebrated on various dates in...

Several Chicago educators among national winners of Ford Freedom Unsung “Teachers Heroes of COVID-19” Awards

The Ford Motor Company this week announced winners of the Ford Freedom Unsung “Teacher Heroes of COVID-19” Awards, honoring 25 U.S. educators who in...

South Shore church to burn 177 candles at vigil for every COVID-19 victim in neighborhood

The memory and lives of 177 South Shore residents who died of COVID-19 will be remembered and honored during a special “Pass the Peace”...

HOW MANY PASTORS CAN WE HAVE?

Rev. Jesse Jackson and Rev. Al Sharpton are doing the right thing when attending the Ahmaud Arbery trial. They demonstrate the solidarity that the...

THE BELOVED LIES ABOUT AMERICA

White supremacists love their narratives of America. They spoon-feed it to their children and force-feed it to people of color. When Francis Scott Key penned...
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