The Chicago Reporter
Investigating race and poverty since 1972 2018-01-18T17:24:59Z
Updated: 2 hours 28 min ago
The viral hashtag points to the need for a broader paradigm shift on controlling women’s bodies.
The inspector general found that CPD’s poor oversight led to unnecessary arrests that wasted millions and hurt black and brown communities.
Public investment in infrastructure and schools would create more jobs than corporate incentives, a new analysis shows.
Prison gerrymandering boosts rural electorates at the expense of urban communities of color where most inmates come from.
Historian Nancy MacLean details how curtailing public education and unions are part of a long-running libertarian movement funded by the Koch network.
Deep cuts to higher education are pushing black, Latino and other first-generation college hopefuls out of a path to upward economic mobility, a new report shows.