Articles By Lee Edwards
After Losing A Friend To Suicide, Englewood Woman Starts Company To Get Black Chicagoans Talking About Mental Health
BreAnna Moss believes music and poetry can get her friends and neighbors talking about mental health.
Candidate For Alderman Puts Fake Parking Tickets On Cars To Advertise Campaign … And Neighbors Don’t Like It
"YOUR TICKET FOR CHANGE!" reads Dernard D. Newell's bright orange campaign fliers that greeted drivers Thursday morning.
The Pulitzer Prize winner taught at the Roseland university where she will be honored.
The Ironman competitor and longtime community organizer said she's already been doing the work — but Chance is now making that work known to the world.
"I'd like to say very narcissistically: If I back you, you have a chance, absolutely," Chance said during a Tuesday news conference at City Hall.
Colette Tasker Steele and her husband, Dion Steele, want to make the South Shore cafe a community hub.
Jahmal Cole headed to Facebook this week to learn from 99 other community organizers around the world.
Black Lives Matter Chicago's food box provides non-perishable food selections to those facing the greatest need.
“He’s not playing any games," Jerald Gary said after a Building Court appearance Wednesday. "He's very serious."