DEPT. OF HISTORY
An elegy for a wounded place.
In Detroit, changes to a historic market raise questions around equity and development.
Kirsten Ginzky interviews the group's founder for Belt Publishing's "Chicago Neighborhood Guidebook."
Photos of key sites and commemorative events on the 100th anniversary of Eugene Williams's murder.
What the closing of the city's only daily paper means for people in the community.
The changing geography of poverty in Illinois and across the country.
That summer, my parents and I were arguing about God.
Walking around Columbus, Ohio, the influence of Frank Packard's architecture is everywhere you look.
Thousands gathered in Chicago's Daley Plaza to protest migrant imprisonment and planned ICE raids in major U.S. cities.
Nearly a decade after one of the largest inland oil spills in U.S. history, the landscape has changed.
The introduction to a new book on "community trauma and toxic stress in urban America."