A pilot program for participatory budgeting in Chicago Public Schools led to gender-neutral bathrooms, shower curtains in locker rooms, and students feeling empowered to influence change.
The fiery opposition warned of “outside agitators,” but most were weighing in from outside the city themselves.
As a second wave of infection looms, the count is more important than ever.
An analysis of 2,172 detainments raises questions about CPD claims of equitable policing practices.
As some hunker down at home and others man the front lines of coronavirus transmission, the census goes on.
Only a few days before the travel ban, there seemed to be little concern about screening passengers at O’Hare for coronavirus.
Amid fears about immigration policies, electoral canvassing pressures, and a turn to digital, how “hard-to-count” South Asians are filling out the census.