Around the world, cities continue to protect the basic human rights of vulnerable populations in the face of fierce opposition from national governments.
A collaboration with Chicago Public Art Group brings to life a Council report exploring the racist origins of Chicagoland's public beach policies.
Productive practices of Indigenous women's groups have significant value in contributing to the conservation of biodiversity and the well-being of humanity, and therefore encourage exchange and dialogue.
“Thanksgiving must be a day to recognize the Indigenous fight against colonization and its legacies as we seek to reclaim our foods,” writes Jayden Lim.
The Zuni Indigenous community looks towards their past to address issues around agriculture, food access, health, and the environment in sustainable ways.
"The city of Chicago is releasing a new citywide plan to shape the future with an emphasis on equity," writes Longworth Media Fellow Natalie Moore.
Experts Bela Ganatra and Katherine Mayall discuss how global trends have influenced reproductive rights in the United States.
Chicago Council data support academic findings on differing national budget preferences between women and men.
Limiting abortion access will “exacerbate longstanding racial and reproductive health inequities,” argues Katelyn Jones in the Chicago Tribune.
Irina Konstantinovsky, executive vice president and chief human resources and diversity officer at Horizon Therapeutics, takes a minute to define pay equity.