Tamika Mallory Cuts Ties With Women’s March Amidst Infighting And Anti-Semitism...

Two other founding board members also step down. By NewsOne The Women’s March is in a transition period now that three of the founding board members...

Aldermen Set To Weigh Plan To End Suspension Of Driver’s Licenses...

By Heather Cherone, Block Club Chicago Aldermen are set to consider Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s proposal to block the city from suspending driver’s licenses over unpaid parking tickets while...

Community Groups Vow to Continue Fighting Broken TIFs Despite Court Ruling

A judge has granted the City of Chicago’s motion to dismiss the lawsuit filed by Chicago Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights and national...

Celebrate National Cheeseburger Day At Dog Haus On Sept. 18

Dog Haus’ National Cheeseburger Day deal is back! Visit your local Dog Haus on Wednesday, Sept. 18 and make any cheeseburger a double on the Haus. Guests...

PASSIVENESS IS NOT THE ANSWER

By Wanda “Sistah Soldier” Petty, President & CEO, SHE VET, iNC. It’s 2019, and the 2020 elections are just around the corner. As I prepare to attend...

Joan Johnson Remembered

Chicago says farewell to co-founder of Johnson Products Company By Sally King She was the equivalent of what Eunice Johnson was to Johnson Publishing Company (JPC). A...

Amber Guyger’s Defense For Killing Botham Jean Will Be She Made...

Botham Jean was killed on September 6, 2018. The case is finally going to trial this month. BY NewsOne A jury has officially been selected for...

Hundreds gather in Texas to protest controversial horseback arrest

By Mycah Hatfield, ABC13 via ABC7 News Hundreds of people gathered in Galveston Sunday evening to protest the August arrest of Donald Neely in Galveston. Neely,...

A Free Celebration of New Work

Goodman Theatre New Stages Festival runs from October 23 to November 10   Now in its 16th year, Goodman Theatre presents its New Stages Festival–an annual celebration and discovery...

Removal Of Confederate Statues Blocked By Charlottesville Circuit Court Judge

Judge Richard Moore said the statues of Confederate generals Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson were protected under a state historic preservation law. By Dominique...