Anal cancer rates and deaths are climbing in the US, study...

By Kristen Rogers, CNN Anal cancer cases and deaths are rising dramatically in the United States, especially among older people and young Black men, a...

16-year-old girl arrested in plot to attack predominantly Black Georgia church

By Asia Simone Burns, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution A prominent bishop said it was divine intervention that no events were scheduled at a Hall County church...

The Killing Floor screens at Gene Siskel

The Killing Floor, an essential piece of Black, labor and cinematic history, premieres with a new 4K restoration at Gene Siskel Film Center -...

Claudine the film adapted as a musical in Bronzeville

By Elaine Hegwood Bowen, M.S.J. Join the Harold Washington Cultural Center for “Claudine the Musical” (live stage performance) December 6 through December 10, from 7:00...

In Memoriam Creator of ‘Under the Picasso’ Rose Farina remembered

Rose Farina, longtime director of Programs and Exhibits at the Richard J. Daley Center in Downtown Chicago, who created the weekday “Under the Picasso”...

Mayor now says Uber’s $54M offer a “Hail Mary” and...

Editor's Note: This story is constantly being updated Crusader Staff Report Mayor Lori Lightfoot on Tuesday, November 18,  called Uber's $54 million offer a “Hail Mary”...

Being a Black Veteran isn’t Always Happy – Part I

Beyond the Rhetoric By Harry C. Alford & Kay DeBow America is in love with its veterans. That’s the way it should be. Veterans who served...

Lincoln College still offering Price Match Program

Program Shows Continued Commitment to Affordability Lincoln College, an institution with a tradition of offering affordable, quality education that goes back more than 150 years,...

The Joffrey Ballet celebrates the holidays with ‘The Nutcracker’

The Joffrey Ballet’s critically-acclaimed reimagined classic, “The Nutcracker,” by Tony Award®-winning choreographer Christopher Wheeldon, returns to open the holiday season at the historic Auditorium...

Syracuse University Suspends Fraternity Activities After Members Yelled N-Word At Black...

Ten racist incidents were reported so far this month. By Vanessa Etienne, BET Syracuse University suspended all fraternity activities for the remainder of the semester on...