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Governors State University Responds to Violence

Governors State University Responds to Violence

On Nov. 1, 2017, Governors State University hosted, “Respond To Violence, Impact of Mental Health.” This multifaceted event covered the many issues regarding violence and the impact it has within the Chicago city limits and beyond. The Respond to Violence campaign is two fold, as it serves as a resource via the web but also […]

Bruce Paddock Arrested for Possession of Child Porn

Bruce Paddock Arrested for Possession of Child Porn

Just 24 days after the Las Vegas shooting massacre reports surfaced about the shooter’s younger brother, Bruce Paddock, possessing child pornography. On Oct 25, 2017, he was removed from his North Hollywood nursing facility as a result of officials discovering more than 600 pornographic images of minors, some who have even said to be photographed […]

Terrorist Attack That Nobody Talked About

Terrorist Attack That Nobody Talked About

On Oct. 6, 2017, at North Carolina’s Asheville Regional Airport, a terrorist attack that almost occurred was prevented by the help of a bomb dog and surveillance cameras. However, this attempted terrorist attack was not talked about, nor, with the exception of the Associated Press, was it reported on by major news sites. No one […]

Deaf Man Witnessed Being Shot by the Police

Deaf Man Witnessed Being Shot by the Police

A deaf man was seen shot and killed by the police around 8:15 p.m. ET, outside his house in Oklahoma City, on Tuesday, Sept. 19, 2017. The confrontation began after Oklahoma police received an earlier call notifying them of a hit and run in the area. The victim’s name was Magdiel Sanchez, a 35-year-old man who […]

There Is a New Justice in Town

There Is a New Justice in Town

People in our neighborhood of North Lawndale are fully aware of the current justice system that has managed to incarcerate, at one time or another, 65 percent of the population in our area! Michele Alexander, in her book, “The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness,” highlights how the War on Drugs […]

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