What We Saw at #DecolonizeZhigaagoong
Content warning: this story contains graphic descriptions of police violence and brutality On Friday, July 17, a protest centering Black and Indigenous lives and calling..
CTU Strike Daily Coverage: What’s Happening at the Picket Line
As the Chicago Teachers Union strike continues, 14 East is continuing its coverage at public schools across the city. Below is an account of some..
CPS Teachers and Support Staff in Bronzeville Strike for More Equitable Resources
Chicago Teachers Union walk out amid contract negotiations As the sun began to rise Thursday morning, a teacher dressed in a bright red sweatshirt walked..
5 Issues That Matter in Chicago Right Now
Editor’s note: This story is an update of the article “5 Issues That Matter Most to Young Voters” published on February 22, 2019, to reflect..
Lincoln Yards Development Addresses Chicago’s Decades of TIF Abuse, Aiding Gentrification and Community Disservice
The land is covered in gravel and dirt with little else to give it life. There are warehouses along the northern branch of the Chicago..
Chicago has an overwhelming number of departments — ranging from housing and human resources to public health and procurement services — and understandably so. The city..
On Tuesday, February 26, the city of Chicago held its first round of mayoral and aldermanic elections. Even with 14 new mayoral candidates, an influx..