K Love The Poet performed at The Black Mall's Juneteenth celebration outside of Culture Connection in 2017.Lee Edwards / Block Club Chicago

Juneteenth May Not Be A National Holiday Yet, But Chicago Will Be Celebrating

Looking to celebrate 154 years since slavery was abolished in the United States? Here's your guide.

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Convicted Of A Weed Crime? Expungement Clinic Aims To Help People Clear Their Records In West Loop This Weekend

During the clinic, volunteer attorneys will be on hand to provide free legal advice and begin the record-clearing and expungement process.

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After 40 Years, Pilsen’s Latina Mothers Look Back On The Long Fight To Build A High School

The 1979 La Esperanza mural was created to commemorate the fight for Benito Juarez High School to be built. Now, a new plaque, exhibit and comic book aim to honor the mural and the story the behind it.