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Speaker illuminates religious foundations of KKK artifacts

Speaker illuminates religious foundations of KKK artifacts

Brian Pearlman, Staff Writer

May 29, 2018


Filed under News

KImages of the Ku Klux Klan, its members clad in hooded white robes and standing alongside burning crosses, are often used as shorthand symbols for an almost otherworldly form of American white nationalism and white supremacy – and they shouldn’t be, according to Kelly Baker, an independent scholar,...

2,052 miles to San Juan, Chicago’s historical proximity to Puerto Rico requires us to start paying attention

2,052 miles to San Juan, Chicago’s historical proximity to Puerto Rico requires us to start paying attention

Amber Colón

September 11, 2017


Filed under Opinions

When Hurricane Irma blazed through several Caribbean islands before finally hitting Florida this weekend, one of the many impoverished places that it grazed was Puerto Rico. As Chicago has one of the largest Puerto Rican communities in the United States, the long lasting effects of Irma on the Puerto...

Murals chronicle 120 years of DePaul’s triumphs

Murals chronicle 120 years of DePaul’s triumphs

Josh Leff

September 11, 2017


Filed under Multimedia, News

The paintings beautify an otherwise barren thoroughfare while celebrating DePaul's history. Read More »...

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