This post is related to the disinvestment in the Black and Latino communities and the various impacts of that course of action. Here is the link: https://www.chicagotribune.com/living/health/ct-life-inequity-data-policy-roots-chicago-20200726-r3c7qykvvbfm5bdjm4fpb6g5k4-story.html
This is the post of Community flight from the city of Chicago and it’s affect on the Black community in general by NBC news and the report they gave. Here is the link detailing that report. Here is the link: https://www.nbcchicago.com/top-videos-home/race-in-chicago-city-faces-reverse-migration-crisis-after-history-of-movement-into-chicago/2401823/
This is the commercial for National A. Philip Randolph Pullman Porter Museum. Click on this link or picture to be connected view commercial. https://vimeo.com/441159491
NBA legend Kareem Abdul-Jabbar is an executive producer of the new History Channel documentary “Black Patriots: Heroes of the Revolution.” The documentary highlights African Americans who stood up to British rule and helped establish the United States of America. Abdul-Jabbar joins “CBS This Morning” to discuss the documentary.
Compelling documentary on the history of Blues told by the artists who lived it. To see this historic documentary please click on the link: https://youtu.be/5qq_qnLHf74
Public officials lament the way that the coronavirus is engulfing black communities. The question is, what are they prepared to do about it? The old African-American aphorism “When white America catches a cold, black America gets pneumonia” has a new, morbid twist: when white America catches the novel coronavirus, black Americans die. This is the […]
The story of an Atlanta public housing community raises critical questions about race and poverty. Presented by Ken Burns. Please click on this link to watch the movie.
The video on this page states the prospective future of Black Chicago. Click on the image to watch on the YouTube page.
This is the video of “The Untold Story of Route 66” by Candacy Taylor which tells the story of Green Book/Route 66.
Marc Sims talks with Harold L. Lucas President/CEO Black Metropolis Convention & Tourism Council How can Chicago’s African American neighborhoods become more prosperous and dynamic as the African American (ADOS) population declines? These are the links for the video of the interview with Harold L. Lucus by Mark Sims below please click on images below […]