Chicago’s Thompson Center Holds Black History Month CelebrationThe “Building for the Future" event honored the contributions of African Americans in Illinois. Governor Bruce Rauner attended the program.
Grandfather’s Lynching Motivates Evanston Family To Educate OthersTwo African-American women have used their relative's 1916 lynching in South Carolina as motivation for their career paths in Evanston.
Chicago Public Library Shares African American History With Digital ArchiveThe Chicago Public Library launched a digital archive representing African American "History Makers."
Museum Of Science And Industry Hosting Programs Focusing On Technology, Art For Black History MonthIn celebration of Black History Month, the Museum of Science and Industry is hosting programs highlighting technology and the arts.
South Side Library Features Treasure Trove Of African American HistoryCBS's Jim Williams reports the collection is the result of a visionary who started her work in the early 20th century.
Police Provide Black History Books For Students In ChathamStudents at an elementary school in the Chatham neighborhood were given intellectual treats as part of their African-American studies on this last day of Black History Month.
At DuSable Museum, Every Month Is Black History MonthCBS 2’s Harry Porterfield pays a visit to the Hyde Park attraction.
Best Ways To Celebrate Black History Month 2013 In ChicagoAmong the many wonderful ways to celebrate African American culture and history this month, these noteworthy events are great options to consider.
Englewood Teen's Mayoral Essay Wins $1,000An Englewood student's essay on what she would do if she were the mayor of Chicago has netted her a $1,000 scholarship.