The pair also touch on hotly contested aldermanic races in Chicago on a call with Ald. Rossana Rodríguez Sanchez.
This piece was originally published by WBEZ on Aug. 7, 2016, by Linda Lutton, Gabrielle A. Wright.
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Reporter, playwright, author and Chicago native Natalie Moore is deeply engrained in the fabric of the city. Her work covering segregation and inequality connects her directly with the community, sharing crucial stories that rarely get told. This is what her Chicago Sounds Like. Are you from Chicago? Where did you grow up? I grew up […]
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A conversation with Brendan Epton and Dequarion Williams for WBEZ’s StoryCorps
Chairman of the Illinois Black Panther party Fred Hampton was killed by Chicago police 51 years ago. WBEZ brings us audio from the archives.
With election season already underway, conversations around mail-in ballots and voter turnout are hot topics around the world.
In the wake of recent local and national protests against police brutality and systemic racism, Chicagoland activists met to shine a light on racial injustices that African Americans face. On Tuesday, Vocalo Radio teamed up with WBEZ for a community discussion about the power of Black activism and its evolution in Chicago. The conversation, led […]