Hundreds of thousands of black Chicagoans have fled the city since 1980, according to a recent report. What’s driving that exodus, and what can be done to reverse the trend?
Vivian Harsh helped make Bronzeville's library a center for African American writers and intellectuals, amassing a collection of books and manuscripts by the likes of Langston Hughes and Richard Wright.
From Chicago's founding father, Jean Baptiste DuSable, through the explosive creativty of Bronzeville, to the nurturing of the United States' first black president, explore the history and people of Chicago's black metropolis.
In a small study, pregnant women diagnosed with the novel coronavirus during their third trimester didn’t spread the virus to their newborns. While a local researcher called those results exciting, he said they can’t be generalized to all pregnant women.
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