Tag: Chicago

press conference on Anjanette Young

Black Chicago Woman Forced To Stand Naked and Handcuffed During Botched Police Raid Will Receive $2.9-Million Settlement

The city of Chicago has unanimously approved a $2.9-million settlement for Anjanette Young, who was humiliatingly forced to stand naked while handcuffed in front of a dozen officers during a police raid in 2019. Police officers mistakenly broke into her home during the botched event while pursuing a different individual…

Barack Obama

Groundbreaking Ceremony for Barack Obama’s Presidential Library in Chicago Set To Occur Next Week

After much delay, construction will soon begin in Chicago for the presidential library dedicated to the history of our 44th president, Barack Obama. Dan Merica of CNN reported that “former President Barack Obama and former first lady Michelle Obama will oversee the groundbreaking of the Obama Presidential Center next week.”…

sexual harassment

Chicago Agrees to $1.8 Million Settlement in Sexual Harassment Suit Involving 5 Female Paramedics

Sexual harassment remains one of the most troubling and disturbing issues that women will ever encounter in the workplace. The issue is especially prevalent in large urban centers like Chicago, where an estimated 62% of female paramedics say they have been sexually harassed while on the job. And now, as…

President Barack Obama

Obama Announces New Netflix Animated Series to Teach Kids About Government and Construction of His Controversial Presidential Library

It’s been a busy few days for former President Barack Obama. On June 2, his team announced details of a new animated Netflix special designed to teach kids about government. And after years of delays and opposition, the Obama Presidential Center announced on June 4 that it is finally due…

Laborers carry materials to board up windows before the upcoming election

U.S. Cities Scramble to Prepare for Potential Election Day Unrest; First Black Female Director Named for Marvel Movie; and More

Dozens of major U.S. cities boarding up in preparation for potential Election Day unrest. With nearly 100 million ballots already cast for what many are calling the most important election in generations, concern over potential rioting and civic unrest in major cities across the country is also at an all-time…