A mother reflects on the violence depicted by the media and how she and her husband will explain it to their son.
Gary Govanus never officially met the Champ, but his encounters from afar left an impression on him.
The water contamination in Flint, Michigan is horrifying; the death toll in Chicago is a national tragedy. Governing officials must be held accountable. Now.
Almost 50 years after the band’s formation, Chicago was finally inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. — Almost 50 years after the band’s formation, Chicago was finally inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame on April 8, 2016. In a flawless set during the ceremony, aired on HBO on April…
A promise of hope.
The latest word on the street is that there are two Donalds. The one who rails at rallies spewing hate-provoking speech. The other a quiet reticent man.
Also known as “Can Head,” this man has a rare skin condition that causes objects — like soda cans — to stick to his body.
The tough conversation about race and police brutality is one we have to have.
Mr. Trump, standing in a City where last April a White officer shot a black man several time while he was unarmed and fleeing, said police are the most mistreated people in America. Mr. Donald Trump, who once suggested that anyone who kills a police officer should get the death penalty, last night during the…
These veterans in Chicago stand guard on the front lines to give kids safe passage to and from school.
The show, ‘Shades of Blue,’ is quality, but the premise of it is sadly a reality that people fight against every day.
The great uncle of a black teen shot sixteen times by white Chicago cop calls for the Federal Government’s involvement in a national summit on urban violence, poverty and police brutality.
Beauty isn’t in the eye of the beholder, it’s in each and every one of us.
It only takes a simple statement to create a universe of beauty between two people.
Two consecutive years with the same brutal narrative, compounded with America’s widely acknowledged history of brutality against black bodies, is not a track record deserving the benefit of the doubt, let alone calmness and diplomacy.
These aren’t your standard comic book heroes. Do they have a responsibility to work for the betterment of all?