ARU asks author Natalie Y. Moore about the motivations behind her latest book, “The Almighty Black P Stone Nation: The Rise, Fall and Resurgence of an American Gang.”
The 93-year-old founder of America’s foremost museum of African American history has died in her Chicago home.
Today, the museum stands as both the oldest and largest collection of African American cultural artifacts in the country.
An amendment that helped blacks to protect themselves from Ku Klux Klan terrorists now is being used to help protect a black Chicago man from local gang-bangers.
Neighborhood homicides can have a detrimental effect on Chicago school children’s academic performance, whether they witness the violence or not.
The Supreme Court ruled unanimously Monday that a group of African Americans may sue the city of Chicago on their claim that the city’s discriminatory use of an application test kept them from being hired as firefighters
In total, more than 100 people in Chicago say they were subjected to abuse including having guns forced into their mouths, suffocation with bags places over their heads, and electric shocks inflicted to their genitals
David Banner speaks on the violence in our community
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