Increasing the price of sticker tickets came at a devastating cost for thousands of Chicago’s poorest residents.Flickr/Daniel X. O'Neil

Here’s How To Fix Regressive City Sticker Program To Ease Burden On Chicago’s Poorest, Task Force Says

A task force launched by City Clerk Anna Valencia offered up 14 recommendations, including a debt-forgiveness program.

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The Birds, The Bees And Consent: How One Chicago Classroom Navigates Evolving Sexual Education

After the revelation of widespread abuse in Chicago Public Schools, more schools are teaching the meaning and practice of consent.

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Can Art Revive South Chicago? These Artists Are Trying To Infuse New Life Into The Neighborhood

Devastated by the downturn of the steel industry, artists are working to revitalize South Chicago by transforming vacant buildings into art studios.