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Film festival aims to show there’s more to Englewood than violence
Celebrities seek to end mass incarceration with campaign
Fifth man charged in mass shooting at Chicago park
Gun Violence: Not Just A Black Peoples’ Problem
Tens of Thousands Gather in D.C. for 50th Anniversary March on Washington
Some Black Clergy Reportedly Uncomfortable w/ LGBT Movement Sharing Mantle at March on Washington
NYC Public Library System Drops $300M on Midtown Branch, While Harlem Library is Outrageously Underfunded
Congressional Black Caucus Holds Emergency Summit on Chicago Violence
Kanye West and Rhymefest Team Up for Free Music Writing Program for Chicago Youth
11-Year Old Dovonta Andrews Is Shot While Shielding 5-Year Old Friend from Bullet
Trayvon Martin’s Brother Lands Internship w/ Florida Congresswoman
Moving Beyond November Together
New Program Allows Public to Send Chicago Police Crime Tips Via Text and Twitter
Rhymes and Reasons Interviews Eve Ewing About the Hip Hop Songs that Changed Her Life
Hadiya Pendleton’s Parents Discuss Chicago Gun Violence Crisis
Community Members, Union Leaders, Gang Members Unite to Protest Closing of South Side Hospital
18 Year-Old Dionte Maxwell Shot and Killed When Strangers Crashed Family BDay Party
Dwyane Wade Backs ‘This Is Fatherhood’ Campaign
Father of Slain 6-Month Old Jonylah Watkins Pledges to Turn His Life Around
Rhymes and Reasons Interviews Vic Spencer About the Hip Hop Songs that Changed His Life
Minneapolis Program Helps Teens Make Hip Hop in Exchange for Good Grades
Rhymes & Reasons Interviews Kimeco “Allegra” Roberson about the Hip Hop Songs that Changed Her Life
Dillard U. President: Why Did Dr. Dre Donate $35 Million to USC, and Not a Black College?
Dozens Arrested in Chicago School Closing Protests
Michelle Obama at Bowie State: Too many young people “fantasize about being a baller or a rapper”
Oakland Youth Speak Truth to Power at NAACP Leadership Conference
Milwaukee Set to Become Fifth City Where Fast Food Workers Strike
Occupy the Streets of Chicago! March for Peace on June 21st!
Chicago Violence: 2 Killed, 11 Wounded in Overnight Shootings
The myth of “progress” helps to obscure the truth—we are still marching for civil rights
American “heroism” in times of crisis highlights just how disposable we are to the state
Recognizing the labor of Black women, mothers, and caretakers during COVID-19
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