A Very Black 2017 Guide to Nail Salons for Summertime Chi
Summertime Chi is upon us - which means it's time to get those manis and pedis in order. Check out our guide for nail shops in Chicago.
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.
The Forecast: Julian Love
The Forecast is a music series predicting the next wave of Chicago artists. This episode features Tae Hunna, Valee and Julian Love.
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.
Black Queers discuss the lack of diversity in Boystown
Black LGBTQ millennials discuss the lack of diversity in Chicago's Boystown neighborhood and ways to improve the scene.
Fashion line seeks return to Black Panther roots
The Black Panther Party taught self-reliance, and Chicago native Hannibal Pace is hoping to rebuild this idea with his fashion line.
Chicago comics fight to find new spaces for urban laughs
With the closure of the city's last Black-owned comedy club in 2016, Chicago's Black comedians are searching for a new home.
Creators of Brown Girls series talk importance of friendship among women of color
Fatimah Asghar and Sam Bailey discuss the importance of friendships in their new Pilsen-based web series, Brown Girls.
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