Posts by Tiffany Walden

September 13, 2017

OPINION | Why we can’t stop thinking about Kenneka Jenkins

Kenneka Jenkins' death hit home for Black millennial women in Chicago because we see ourselves in her.

August 24, 2017

West Side rapper Bekoe gives new artists a big concert feel with ILL Fest

ILL Fest music festival offers lights, big screens and a large crowd for new artists looking to take their voice to the next level

August 16, 2017

The TRiiBE IS LOOKING FOR INTERNS

The TRiiBE is looking for part-time interns to assist with the growth and success of our digital media platform. We’re accepting interns...

August 3, 2017

AirGo Radio: documenting Chicago’s renaissance one show at a time

As AirGo Radio moves beyond the 100th episode milestone, hosts Damon Williams and Daniel Kisslinger talk artistry, activism and their role in community building.

June 21, 2017

Bringing Joy Back to Summertime Chi

Let's show the world what #SummertimeChi truly means to Black Chicago.

June 14, 2017

Filmmakers Hope to Connect Chicago to Rural America with ‘Raising Bertie’

Black life in Chicago isn't much different from Black life in rural America. Systematic inequalities plague both. Filmmakers capture this in the new Kartemquin-produced documentary, Raising Bertie.

June 6, 2017

Another Life: Ep. 3

[adrotate banner=”4″] ANOTHER LIFE: EP. 3 A film by Morgan Elise Johnson Produced by Tiffany Walden, with original poetry by...

April 14, 2017

After run-in with a River North bouncer, Black millennials call out discriminatory practices in Chicago nightlife

Black millennials and bouncers discuss their experiences with discriminatory practices happening in the Chicago nightlife scene.

March 9, 2017

A Letter to Mary Mitchell and the Sun-Times

No one is here for what Mary Mitchell & the Chicago Sun-Times had to say about Chance the Rapper on their Thursday newspaper cover.

March 7, 2017

Playwright seeks to bring theatre to underserved Chicago communities with “Lost in Time”

With Magnified Gift Theatre Company, founder Rosette Jarriett is hoping to integrate education with theatre to inspire underserved communities on Chicago’s Westside.