Pride Cleaners at 558 E. 79th St., designed by Gerald Siegwart and constructed in 1959.Lee Bey

Lee Bey Chronicles South Side’s Architectural Beauty In ‘Southern Exposure’ — Something Black Chicagoans Have Long Celebrated

"There's often a sense with black South Siders, like, 'Do they know what they have?'" Bey said. "Hell yeah, they know."

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Truck Driver Near Hilco Site Punches, Kicks Protesters As Little Village Demolition Resumes

Activists temporarily blocked traffic on Pulaski Road and a truck driver confronted and assaulted them in a tense exchange caught on video.

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West Ridge Protest Friday Will Take Over Busy Street Corner

The West Ridge demonstration is the fourth in a planned series of protests centered in busy North Side neighborhoods.

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South Loop Store Owner Whose Family Fled Tulsa Massacre Says It’s Time For Change: ‘100 Years Later, We’re Fighting The Same Fight’

Keewa Nurullah’s family owned a store in a wealthy Black neighborhood in Tulsa burned to the ground by white supremacists in 1921. She hasn’t seen much change since.