Emanuel: Sad Commentary On Trump's Words, Actions To Say He's Not RacistMayor Emanuel said President Donald Trump’s may say he is “not racist,” but people can see what he's done and said previously.
At Issue: AG Candidate Jesse Ruiz Offended By President Trump’s Words On ImmigrationA democratic running for Illinois Attorney General is reacting strongly to President Trump’s words about immigration this week.
Sign At Former Vietnamese Restaurant Spark Wheaton ProtestControversy over a sign sparked a protest in Wheaton Saturday, with organizers saying racism is not welcome in their community.
Illinois Home To 32 Hate Groups: Southern Poverty Law CenterHate-inspired incidents are on the increase nationwide and Illinois, one observer says.
Niles North Students Walk Out Over Racist SnapchatThey walked out of class to protest what they believed was a lack of discipline for a student who posted a racist message on social media.
East Chicago Basketball Coach Resigns After Accusing Refs Of RacismEast Chicago Central High School basketball coach Pete Trgovich thought white referees cheated his mostly black team out of a playoff win.
Woman Uses Poetry On MLK Day To Find Peace During ViolenceThis year’s MLK observance finds many in the country at a crossroads, struggling with neighborhood violence and police shootings.
Friend Of Martin Luther King Speaks Of Continuing Fight Against Racism Ahead of Martin Luther King day, one of his lieutenants is calling on followers of the slain civil rights leader to work even harder to fight racism.
'Ghostbusters' Trailer Met With Excitement, Accusations Of Racist StereotypesSome are calling the trailer racist, others are angry at the accusation...
White Woman Splashed At Chicago Beach Gets Racial, Video Posted OnlineA Plainfield mom says she found herself having a talk with her kids about racism after an ugly incident this week in Chicago.
Chicago Services Remember Victims Of Charleston Church ShootingGrant Memorial AME Church on Chicago's South Side today honored the lives of the people killed at their sister church in Charleston last week, reports WBBM’s Mariam Sobh.
Charleston Shooting Spurs Chicagoans To Reflect On RacismParticipants at the first annual African-American Awareness and Appreciation Parade celebrated Juneteenth in East Garfield Park, marking the 150th anniversary of the end of slavery.