THE HAROLD WASHINGTON CAMPAIGN – A FIVE PART SERIES

The Origin and Development of Chicago's First African American Mayor (PART ONE OF FIVE) This is part one of a five part series on the origin...

Target has many, many big executives, but only one is Black

After paying millions to settle two racial discrimination lawsuits where Target was accused of using questionable hiring practices against thousands of Black and Hispanic...

“Widows,” shot at Parkway Gardens and Daley’s restaurant debuts this weekend

Chicago action-thriller with Viola Davis expected to draw big crowds Crusader Staff Report The long wait is finally over. “Widows,” a Chicago action-thriller that includes scenes at...

$140,401 and still growing. Donations pouring in for security guard killed...

Family files lawsuit, calls shooting “unjustified” Crusader Staff Report About $140,401 has been raised on gofundme.com as of Crusader press time Wednesday for the family of...

CULTURE IS OUR CAPITAL

CONCERNED CONSTITUENTS, CITIZENS AND COMMUNITY MEMBERS PRESENT A MANIFESTO ON CULTURAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT (CED) THAT DOCUMENTS THE UNTAPPED CONCEPT Group to hold a Press Conference today –...

Chicago Housing Authority in midst of $31 million energy-efficiency project that...

Agency has leveraged more than $12 million through partnerships that provide outside funding; agency is presenting this week at Greenbuild conference The Chicago Housing Authority...

The Global Gift That Gives Back – Empowering Africa’s Female Artisans

Did you know the artisan sector is the second largest employer in the developing world?  It’s true, and the majority of artisans are women...

AMA Helps Consumers Make Healthier, More Informed Food and Beverage Choices...

The American Medical Association (AMA) adopted new policy today aimed at increasing consumer awareness of the amount of added sugars, as well as the...

Democrats need a plan that goes beyond responding to Trump’s outrage...

By Jesse Jackson With majority control in the House of Representatives, Democrats have an enormous opportunity — and face a distinct peril. The opportunity is to...

Antibiotics Can’t Kill The Common Cold

Antibiotic Awareness Week November 12-18, 2018 Antibiotics save lives and are critical tools for treating a number of common and more serious infections.  However, antibiotics...