The Chicago Reporter has won the Society of Professional Journalists’ 2011 Sigma Delta Chi Awards for journalism, a long-standing and prestigious national award, for its work that revealed the way public housing residents are being kicked out by the Chicago Housing Autho
From Mary Magdalene Missionary Baptist Church, a small congregation in Roseland, I see a series of enormous tasks that our community faces, including the need to save our youth from the violence that plagues our streets.
The news: In February, President Barack Obama announced “accommodation” to faith-based organizations by directing their health insurance companies to cover the costs for the new requirement that contraception be covered under insurance.
Abraham House-El’s day doesn’t always end when he leaves the office. Not when he has empty beds to fill. He gases up his van and makes a tour of the local homeless shelters, looking for the one type of person who he thinks should never have to be there: veterans.