Six Black and Latinx community leaders share what we need to do to address structural racism.
It’s time for Chicago’s Black and Latino communities to organize together, Southwest Side activists say. “We face the same struggles …with unemployment, affordable housing, incarceration.”
The Assyrian Knights have delivered care packages to 187 Assyrian families in the Chicago area since the COVID-19 pandemic began.
Local Assyrian leaders are encouraging community members to participate and write in ‘Assyrian’ as their race in this year’s census after massive undercounting in previous national surveys.
After fleeing war, many refugees who come to Chicago face new traumas in a city that had nearly 3,000 shooting victims last year. But the health services that once existed to support them are now being gutted.
Therapists and social workers trained in trauma care are helping asylum seekers along their legal and healing journey.
Asylum seekers who undergo medical exams as part of their legal case are more than twice as likely to be granted asylum.
How immigration court is especially challenging for LGBTQ asylum seekers
At Rica Arepa, a young couple slings tasty cornmeal sandwiches — and for many customers, recreates a world that no longer exists.
A new kind of fashion company is coming to Chicago.