Ald. Carlos Ramirez-Rosa (35th) distributes pamphlets at the Kimball Brown Line Station to educate families on their rights in the event that ICE agents arrive to their home. Alex Hernandez/ Block Club Chicago

Aldermen, Activists Warning Immigrant Neighbors Of Reported ICE Deportation Sweep Starting Soon In Chicago

As activists canvass the neighborhoods informing immigrants of their rights, one alderman said the threat of sweeps "creates a culture of fear."

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Pilsen Nonprofit’s $20 Million Affordable Housing Development Approved By City Committee

If approved by City Council, the Resurrection Project will build 37 affordable apartments at the corner of 19th and Racine.

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Logan Square All-Affordable Apartments Score City Council Approval Despite Ald. Lopez’s Push To Stall Project

Ald. Ray Lopez said people called his South Side ward office to speak out against the proposal, but the zoning change was ultimately granted.

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Wicker Park Woman Attempts To Hula Hoop For 100 Hours To Break World Record While Raising $10,000 For Mental Health

"If you want to do something weird [in Chicago], people will come out in heaps to see you," said Jenny Doan, 29, of Wicker Park.