Updated Friday evening, June 12: Just as he did last weekend, our ally Ervin Lopez has compiled a list of marches, caravans and other events for racial justice, against police violence and for a more just Chicago. We will update this post as we receive and vet further information. Thank you, Ervin!
Our students are treated differently because of the color of their skin, so our work is both overwhelming and never-ending because of racism.
Map of COVID-19 cases in Chicago shows stark correlation to digital divide, in communities of color confronting poverty, low wages, civic disinvestment.
Chicago Teachers Union President Jesse Sharkey issued the following statement Friday in response to 20th day enrollment figures by Chicago Public Schools showing a decline in student enrollment.
Rahm brags about education policy with group that rejected poverty as a linchpin issue for Chicago students.