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Asian Americans Are Facing Unprecedented Difficulties in Chicago
A series of studies were conducted and found that hate crimes targeting the Asian American community have reached some unprecedented levels. What does that mean in Chicago?
How is Illinois Handling All of the Bilingual Teacher Vacancies?
The Illinois State Board of Education is offering $4 million in response to bilingual teacher vacancies. It's a temporary solution, and teachers say there’s more that can be done.
Security In Chinatown: What Improvements are Being Made
Residents and the Chicago Police Department say they're concerned about the increase in crime in Chicago's normally peaceful Chinatown neighborhood.
DACA Accessibility in Chicago — An Ongoing Issue
According to The Center for Comparative Immigration Studies, 46% of DACA recipients say that DACA has enabled them to become more financially independent.
Domestic Abuse at Top of Chicago Arrests for May 2022, Data Show
Data: High Percentage of Mass Shootings are Teens, Children
COVID-19: Latest Data and Work-from-Home Best Practices
Data: Tracking Chicago’s Gas Prices Over the Past 22 Years
Maps: Chicago Summer Concert and Music Festivals Guide
Gender Rights and Issues
Outbreak: COVID-19 in Chicago
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