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Protests show multicultural unity

Yazmin Dominguez

July 18, 2016


Filed under Opinions

This past weekend, downtown Chicago had a large array of protests deriving from its streets. Among the yearly Taste of Chicago festival taking place on Columbus drive, there were Black Lives Matter (BLM) protests carrying on throughout the three day festival up until Monday of this week. On Jul...

Clinton hits Springfield, addresses ‘a house divided’

Clinton hits Springfield, addresses ‘a house divided’

Brenden Moore

July 13, 2016


Filed under News, Politics

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. – In the place Abraham Lincoln spoke to a house divided and where Barack Obama began his historic run to the White House, presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton told a nation divided on issues surrounding race that “we need to listen” and “put ourselves ...

Marching through time: The evolution of protest

Marching through time: The evolution of protest

Vanessa Bell

February 22, 2015


Filed under Focus

Despite advancements in civil rights, many issues remain unchanged Read More »...

‘Black lives matter’: Q&A with Elijah Obasanya, Chicago police violence protestor

‘Black lives matter’: Q&A with Elijah Obasanya, Chicago police violence protestor

Kevin Gross

January 11, 2015


Filed under Nation & World

The nation looked on as the indictment decisions for the police officers responsible in the deaths of African-Americans Mike Brown and Eric Gardner came out on Nov. 24 and Dec. 3. Read More »...

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