“By the hoboes, for the hoboes, of the hoboes.”
Both cities were even large enough for two daily newspapers – even if only briefly. The dominant newspapers – the [...]
Having two major news sources in the city owned by notoriously anti-worker management can’t be good. For local journalism to be good, local journalism jobs need to be good.
"I have never seen a conflict between journalism and activism," wrote Barbara Ehrenreich.
An excerpt from "Citizen Reporters."
What the closing of the city's only daily paper means for people in the community.
The city's daily paper is closing down, leaving a gaping hole in the local journalism landscape.
City Bureau brings Chicago residents into the reporting process—and gives them the tools to hold institutions accountable.
Here at Belt we’re in the business of covering the Rust Belt. But what exactly does that mean when it comes to Chicago?