The panel gathered Chicago activists from prominent nonprofits to discuss the history and future of queer and trans liberation.
A group of historians took an incisive look at Black women’s battle for political rights, a fight that extends a century before and after the passage of the 19th Amendment.
In a wide-ranging lecture, author Luis Alberto Urrea discussed the true stories behind his novel Into the Beautiful North.
With hundreds of live viewers, Chicago Mayor Lori E. Lightfoot spoke about leading the city through some of the most difficult challenges of our lifetimes.
Professor emerita Lynn Weiner unearthed a treasure trove of photos, exploring Roosevelt University’s social justice mission past and present.
Jackson, Mississippi mayor Chokwe Antar Lumumba kicked off the conference with an inspiring panel on what communities can do to shape their own government.