They marched on 18th street
They marched on 26th street
They marched on Division street
For Brown solidarity
With Black lives
“Each received what amounts to a death sentence for one horrifying but familiar reason: race,” writes attorney and advocate Jennifer Soble.
Two youth organizers with GoodKids MadCity share what activism has taught them, how it has affected them, and how they want to transform Chicago.
GoodKids MadCity youth organizers China Smith and Miracle Boyd reflect on their experiences amid the pandemic and the growing movement against racial injustice. This is the first entry in a series about resilience and resistance by young Black Chicago activists.
An open letter to John Catanzara, the newly elected president of the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 7.
“Reform is a perfectly warm, comforting blanket. It is comfortable and sedating. But it also smothers.”
Illinois appeals court should affirm incarcerated peoples’ right to privacy in their own bodies, says Loyola law professor Maria Hawilo.