Rennie Davis, ‘Chicago Seven’ Activist, Dies At 80Davis died Tuesday of lymphoma at his home in Berthoud, Colorado, his wife, Kirsten Liegmann, told The Associated Press on Wednesday.
'Banality Punctured By Moments Of Sheer Horror:' A Reporter Remembers The Real Trial Of The Chicago 7Fifty-one years after it happened, the Trial of the Chicago Seven is top of mind in Chicago and around the country thanks to an eponymous Netflix movie. Topanga Bird, formerly known as Marti Ahern, was there for the real thing.
A Look Back With CBS 2 At The 1968 Democratic National Convention Unrest And The Chicago 7 TrialProtests and unrest, in addition to the COVID-19 pademic, have helped define 2020 in Chicago and around the country. The unrest hearkens back for some to the turmoil of 1968 and its aftermath.
The Trial Of The Chicago 7: A Look At The Real-Life Journal Of A JurorThis has been a year of protests and unrest, recalling a similar time more than half a century ago in Chicago.
Thompson Center On 'Endangered' Spaces List, Joins Chicago 7 Once Again“This year we continue to see the threat to our public resources, which is of great concern, from the potential sale of the James R. Thompson Center, to the loss of 20 acres of Lakefront parklands in Jackson Park, the Midway and the South Shore Cultural Center for the proposed Obama Presidential Center."
Hospitals, Vintage Theaters Top Preservation Group's 'Endangered' ListThree Chicago hospitals and some aging movie theaters have topped the latest list of endangered historic buildings made by Preservation Chicago.