| 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.
| March 3, 2019
The statue, created by Austin artist Keith Brownlee, is located at 4922 W. Chicago Ave. It was unveiled Thursday, the last day of Black History Month.
| March 1, 2018
State Rep. La Shawn Ford shares his view on how what happened centuries ago to African Americans still affects the country today.
| February 14, 2017
It will be an open mic talent showcase from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Feb. 17 at 5437 W. Division St.
| February 1, 2017
Recent resident Jeff Ferdinand has self-published “Austin Boulevard: The Invisible Line between Two Worlds,” which will be discussed later this month at a local library.
| February 6, 2016
Congressman Danny Davis and the Sankofa Safe Child Initiative will honor several “heroes” at 3:30 p.m. Feb. 7th at Christian Love M.B. Church, 535 N. Spaulding Ave.
| March 8, 2015
Congressman Danny Davis organized the annual event, which also highlighted civil rights leaders of the past.
| February 25, 2015
Westside Health Authority is hosting the 5 p.m. event at 5437 W. Division St.
| February 26, 2012
West Sider Terrell Brockington shares a poem his daughter wrote years ago about this important issue.
| February 21, 2011
Melvin Knazze credits the legendary flight cadets with paving the way for his Navy career.