Pedro Martinez is a CPS graduate and a former top CPS official.
“You can’t have 100 percent security and also then have 100 percent privacy and zero inconvenience,” President Barack Obama said in 2013.
Students at the Rogers Park school come from more than 50 countries. Author Elly Fishman says the stories she heard there are “in my marrow now.”
The first prestige cosmetics brand created for women of color has returned and will be available exclusively at Sephora starting Sept. 1.
Reset discusses resources gun violence survivors need to recover from physical, psychological and emotional trauma.
Shooting survivors face physical and psychological recovery, often with little to no help. Could reallocating resources bring healing?
For every person killed from gun violence in Chicago, five are shot and survive. Those victims — about 30,000 in the last 10 years — are marked for life, and their road to recovery is often one with little to no resources.
Chicagoans Les Jenkins and Natalie Manning share their experiences with gun violence and what resources survivors need from the city.
CSU President On Equity In Higher Ed: ‘There’s a Real Divide Between Students Of Color And Technology’
Reset heads to Chicago State University as students return to campus for the fall semester.