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Rosalie Chan
Aug 29, 2014

Chicago has its fill of violence. But the answer to this problem isn’t more law enforcement, according to Mark Allen, chairman of National Black Wall Street Chicago.  The answer is economic and consumer power.

“There is no need to be physically violent when...

Angelica Sanchez
Aug 25, 2014
Jackie Robinson West's journey to the U.S. Little League Championship title was paved by teams like the 1959 Tuley Park Comets, the first all-African-American team to win the Chicago Park District Little League title.
John Kuhn
Aug 19, 2014

Reynolds Wintersmith served 20 years of a life sentence for selling crack before before President Obama commuted it in December. Now a counselor at a private high school, his freedom comes as the nation grapples with the question of how to rethink the war on drugs.

Rosalie Chan
Aug 18, 2014

Saigon fell to the Viet Cong on April 30, 1975. That was the day Tuyet Le and her family left Vietnam. She was 3 years old when they came to America as refugees.

From the Magazine

Leveling the playing field

By Angela Caputo
Jul 29, 2014

More than 30 years ago, the federal government sued the Chicago Park District for showering money on parks in predominantly white areas. Today, which area has more money often determines who gets park upgrades.

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