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Video thumbnail: Chicago Tonight: Black Voices Proposal to Use Real Estate Transfer Tax to Build Housing

Chicago Tonight: Black Voices

Proposal to Use Real Estate Transfer Tax to Build Housing

A grassroots movement fighting homelessness in Chicago proposes a new tax as a solution.

Proposal to Use Real Estate Transfer Tax to Build Housing

Video thumbnail: Chicago Tonight: Black Voices New DePaul Exhibit Explores State Violence and Reparations

Chicago Tonight: Black Voices

New DePaul Exhibit Explores State Violence and Reparations

An art exhibition drawing parallels among torture techniques from Chicago to Cuba.

New DePaul Exhibit Explores State Violence and Reparations

Video thumbnail: Chicago Tonight: Black Voices Program Teaches Teens About Nature Stewardship

Chicago Tonight: Black Voices

Program Teaches Teens About Nature Stewardship

An internship connects teen environmentalists with the Illinois prairie.

Program Teaches Teens About Nature Stewardship

Video thumbnail: Chicago Tonight: Black Voices Minnie Miñoso Inducted into Baseball Hall of Fame July 24

Chicago Tonight: Black Voices

Minnie Miñoso Inducted into Baseball Hall of Fame July 24

White Sox favorite Minnie Minoso will be enshrined in baseball's Hall of Fame this weekend

Minnie Miñoso Inducted into Baseball Hall of Fame July 24

Video thumbnail: Chicago Tonight: Black Voices Hoops in the Hood Takes Basketball to the Backyard

Chicago Tonight: Black Voices

Hoops in the Hood Takes Basketball to the Backyard

A basketball camp that is taking back Chicago streets while creating safe spaces for kids.

Hoops in the Hood Takes Basketball to the Backyard

Video thumbnail: Chicago Tonight: Black Voices Chicago Guaranteed Income Pilot Rolls Out

Chicago Tonight: Black Voices

Chicago Guaranteed Income Pilot Rolls Out

Community partners' hopes for Chicago's Resilient Communities guaranteed income pilot.

Chicago Guaranteed Income Pilot Rolls Out

Video thumbnail: Chicago Tonight: Black Voices New Memoir Highlights Bronzeville's Rich History & Culture

Chicago Tonight: Black Voices

New Memoir Highlights Bronzeville's Rich History & Culture

A new book capturing what it was like to grow up in Bronzeville during the 1950s and 60s

New Memoir Highlights Bronzeville's Rich History & Culture

Video thumbnail: Chicago Tonight: Black Voices The Last Word on the Power of Praise

Chicago Tonight: Black Voices

The Last Word on the Power of Praise

A Chicago poet paying tribute to powerful Black men and women leaves us with the last word

The Last Word on the Power of Praise

Video thumbnail: Chicago Tonight: Black Voices Chicago Residents Feel Lack of Attention on Gun Violence

Chicago Tonight: Black Voices

Chicago Residents Feel Lack of Attention on Gun Violence

The shooting in Highland Park sparked outrage nationwide.

Chicago Residents Feel Lack of Attention on Gun Violence

Video thumbnail: Chicago Tonight: Black Voices Unserved Warrant Discovered in Emmett Till Lynching Case

Chicago Tonight: Black Voices

Unserved Warrant Discovered in Emmett Till Lynching Case

An unserved warrant charges Carolyn Bryant Donham in the 1955 kidnapping of Emmett Till.

Unserved Warrant Discovered in Emmett Till Lynching Case

Video thumbnail: Chicago Tonight: Black Voices The Last Word On African Innovation

Chicago Tonight: Black Voices

The Last Word On African Innovation

The Field Museum's new assistant curator gives us The Last Word on African innovation.

The Last Word On African Innovation

Video thumbnail: Chicago Tonight: Black Voices New Play 'The Billboard' Explores Reproductive Rights Debate

Chicago Tonight: Black Voices

New Play 'The Billboard' Explores Reproductive Rights Debate

A theatrical production about abortion hits the stage in Chicago.

New Play 'The Billboard' Explores Reproductive Rights Debate

Video thumbnail: Chicago Tonight: Black Voices Cook County Restorative Justice Program Sees First Graduates

Chicago Tonight: Black Voices

Cook County Restorative Justice Program Sees First Graduates

A new South Side program choosing rehabilitation over prison sentences.

Cook County Restorative Justice Program Sees First Graduates

Video thumbnail: Chicago Tonight: Black Voices Black Voices: Future of Abortion Rights

Chicago Tonight: Black Voices

Black Voices: Future of Abortion Rights

Abortion rights and what's next after the Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade

Black Voices: Future of Abortion Rights

Video thumbnail: Chicago Tonight: Black Voices What’s Next After Supreme Court Overturns Roe V. Wade

Chicago Tonight: Black Voices

What’s Next After Supreme Court Overturns Roe V. Wade

The Supreme Court overturns Roe V Wade. What it means for Illinois.

What’s Next After Supreme Court Overturns Roe V. Wade

Video thumbnail: Chicago Tonight: Black Voices How High Inflation is Affecting Families

Chicago Tonight: Black Voices

How High Inflation is Affecting Families

Americans have been hit with sticker shock at the grocery store and gas station.

How High Inflation is Affecting Families

Video thumbnail: Chicago Tonight: Black Voices DuSable Museum Gets New Name, New Look

Chicago Tonight: Black Voices

DuSable Museum Gets New Name, New Look

The historic DuSable Museum gets a name change. Why it's adding "education" to the title.

DuSable Museum Gets New Name, New Look

Video thumbnail: Chicago Tonight: Black Voices Chicago Office Aims to Assist Formerly Incarcerated People

Chicago Tonight: Black Voices

Chicago Office Aims to Assist Formerly Incarcerated People

A one-on-one interview with Chicago's new Director of Re-entry, Willette Benford.

Chicago Office Aims to Assist Formerly Incarcerated People

Video thumbnail: Chicago Tonight: Black Voices University Faces Calls for Reparations Over Ties to Slavery

Chicago Tonight: Black Voices

University Faces Calls for Reparations Over Ties to Slavery

The University of Chicago is facing calls to make amends for historical ties to slavery.

University Faces Calls for Reparations Over Ties to Slavery

Video thumbnail: Chicago Tonight: Black Voices Push for Reparations in Chicago at a Standstill

Chicago Tonight: Black Voices

Push for Reparations in Chicago at a Standstill

An update on where the push for reparations in Chicago stands.

Push for Reparations in Chicago at a Standstill

Video thumbnail: Chicago Tonight: Black Voices Documenting History Through Quilting

Chicago Tonight: Black Voices

Documenting History Through Quilting

Angel Idowu visits a local quilters guild who have been stitching history for the last 30

Documenting History Through Quilting

Video thumbnail: Chicago Tonight: Black Voices Commemorating Juneteenth in Chicago

Chicago Tonight: Black Voices

Commemorating Juneteenth in Chicago

We look at Juneteenth, the fight to recognize the day as an official holiday, and more.

Commemorating Juneteenth in Chicago

Video thumbnail: Chicago Tonight: Black Voices Walk Aims to Draw Attention to Missing Black Women

Chicago Tonight: Black Voices

Walk Aims to Draw Attention to Missing Black Women

A walk will be held to draw attention to missing and murdered women in Chicago.

Walk Aims to Draw Attention to Missing Black Women

Video thumbnail: Chicago Tonight: Black Voices Juneteenth Conference Planned at Malcolm X College

Chicago Tonight: Black Voices

Juneteenth Conference Planned at Malcolm X College

Cook County is hosting a two-day Juneteenth conference.

Juneteenth Conference Planned at Malcolm X College