| February 16, 2021
The Black Metropolis Research Consortium is conducting a survey to understand what Black Chicagoans are interested in archiving from their history. “Generations from now our great, great, great grandchildren will be able to tell our stories accurately because we did the work of preserving them right now,” said community engagement archivist Tanya Calvin.
| February 26, 2017
The Chicago Police Department’s 15th District community policing is sponsoring the event; the deadline to enter is 5 p.m. Feb. 28th.
| February 22, 2017
All those 3 and up are invited to the event, which will be held at Austin Town Hall from 6 to 8 p.m.
| February 9, 2017
All are invited to participate in the event, moderated by Vera Davis and presented by Cook County Commissioner Richard Boykin and BUILD.
| February 23, 2016
Cook County Commissioner Richard Boykin will honor three local leaders and the Illinois Civil Liberties Union Feb. 27 at the Columbus Park Refectory.
| February 11, 2016
State Rep. La Shawn Ford and several groups are sponsoring the Feb. 13th event at Westside Health Authority, 4926 W. Chicago. Ave.
| February 10, 2016
Mama Kemba will assume the persona of a former slave at Third Unitarian’s annual black history lunch to raise money for the decades-old scholarship fund.
| February 9, 2016
Sixteen were recognized by U.S. Rep. Danny K. Davis and the Sankofa Safe Child Initiative in a festive event held at Christian Love Missionary Baptist Church.
| March 8, 2015
Congressman Danny Davis organized the annual event, which also highlighted civil rights leaders of the past.
| February 18, 2015
Columnist John W. Fountain III challenges us to think about the state of black America.