Chicago’s arts scene is flush with diverse offerings for fall

The Mystery of Edwin Drood Joseph Jefferson Citation Award Winner Darryl Maximilian Robinson returns to Chicago in the Saint Sebastian Players Revival of Rupert Holmes’...

John Carlos’ fist changes the Olympics forever

By Hermene Hartman  Dr. Conrad Worrill is a retired educator. He is the former Director and professor of the Jacob H. Carruthers Center for Inner City...

It’s the law – Minority investment firms use by State

Frerichs Says Assets Brokered by Diverse Firms Grew from $603 Million to $35 Billion in 4 Years; New Legislation to Set Goals for Investments...

Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program Fails to Forgive

By Charlene Crowell Across the nation and multiple generations, student loan debt now surpasses $1.5 trillion. The anxiety shared by borrowers from all walks of...

I’M ABOUT TO HAVE ME A KAVANAUGH!

I’m mad. So mad that I can spit. Throw stuff. Holla. Make some noise. What is a righteous woman to do?  I’m about to...

KANYE’S KALEIDOSCOPIC QUEST

One of the most curious things about life as a Black person in America is that we are often placed in a position where...

A Crusader Investigation

By Erick Johnson A 17-year-old Black teenager was dead. A Chicago police officer was being held responsible for shooting him 16 times. There was a...

Chicago Advocates Rally for Adult Literacy, Showcase XPRIZE Literacy App

Literacy apps are designed to reach adult learners who don’t have access to classes XPRIZE—the global leader in designing and operating world-changing incentive competitions—...

#SpeakTruth Summit on Oct. 20-21 to feature Chicago-based and Nationally-recognized Leaders

The 2018 #SpeakTruth Summit provides a platform to engage and empower women of color With the inaugural #SpeakTruth Summit just two weeks away, The Impact Alliance...