On Chicago's southwest side, activists say a massive new distribution center needs to benefit the community.
The original Buckeyes were a championship-winning Negro League team that played in Cleveland in the 1940s.
Since the mid-1800s, agriculture has created a path to agency and freedom for Black people in Wisconsin.
In Uniontown, Ohio, outside of Akron, residents and officials have clashed over cleanup of the Industrial Excess Landfill.
A conversation with organizers on the long fight over the development project, and how it ended.
The Chicago writer's "no bullshit" approach shines through in the revised edition of "The First Collection of Criticism by a Living Female Rock Critic."
Portraits and reflections on the legacy of Black women artists and arts workers in Chicago.
Biden's Justice40 Initiative wants an equitable transition to clean energy. In Detroit, Black-led businesses are key.
The story behind the Cleveland baseball team's new namesakes.
A proposed Amtrak route would restore passenger service between Chicago, Fort Wayne, Columbus, and Pittsburgh. Can new federal investment make it happen?
After fifty years and hundreds of hip hop samples, the iconic Chicago musician’s only record remains urgent and imperative listening.
At its peak, Ohio’s Silver Lake Park was a six-hundred-acre amusement park with more than thirty attractions and tens of thousands of visitors per day.