Hitting Left Recap: Lisa Yun Lee and Sunny Fischer. (Episode No.99)

Photo Via Hitting Left Facebook Those Public Housing residents, which includes multiple tenement facilities and museums, wanted a place to home their history within a special place about 11 years back. Lisa Yun Lee started at the Jane Adams homes in order to explore progressive politics that bounded both women and minorities that use creativity … Continue reading Hitting Left Recap: Lisa Yun Lee and Sunny Fischer. (Episode No.99)

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Chicago Pride Parade Attendance

During the month of June, Chicago's LGBTQ+ community comes together to celebrate Pride month with a 4 mile- parade in the Northside neighborhood of Boystown. Since the legalization of gay-marriage rights took off just a few years back, national gay pride has since flourished. By coming together on a Sunday under the Chicago summer sun, … Continue reading Chicago Pride Parade Attendance

Hitting Left Recap: Amisha Patel & Ben Joravsky (Episode No. 98)

Pictured (Left to Right): Ben Joravsky, Amisha Patel, and Michael Klonsky. Two days after Chicago was colder than Antartica... and still no Fred. I imagine his flight had been delayed and he was "stuck" in the warm weather of Puerto Vallarta. We hope you got to listen, Fred! This Friday, February 1st, Hitting Left's Mike … Continue reading Hitting Left Recap: Amisha Patel & Ben Joravsky (Episode No. 98)

Hitting Left Recap: Timuel Black’s Sacred Grounds (Episode No.97)

Leslie E. Montoya On Friday, January 25th, Hitting Left with the Klonsky Brother’s welcomed Chicago Native and longtime activist Timuel Black back onto the show for a second time, and just in time for his 100th birthday! For his birthday, which was back in early December, The Southshore Cultural Center celebrated his legacy with an … Continue reading Hitting Left Recap: Timuel Black’s Sacred Grounds (Episode No.97)

Practice Story

Editor’s note: This story was originally posted on Dec. 12, 2012 and is housed at RedLineProject.org Gov. Pat Quinn talks about MAP grants at DePaul University. (Photo by Josclynn Brandon) By Bob Smith Gov. Pat Quinn visited DePaul University’s Loop campus on Wednesday to discuss how pension reform is harming the Monetary Award Program (MAP) … Continue reading Practice Story