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Written by on May 29, 2014

Our World Over There Is In A Crisis

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In solemn tones, they pray for those back home In the Ukraine Praying here faraway in downtown Chicago So, too, on other days they share their fears About what’s happening In Istanbul In Cairo In Manilla In Bangkok In San Juan In Mexico City In Caracas In Lagos In Mogadishu In Ramallah In Jerusalem On […]

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Written by on February 27, 2014

The Korematsu Case and the Future, Our Future

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Some people think that the incarceration of Japanese Americans in concentration camps during World War II happened a long long time ago, and since the verdict in the Korematsu case was vacated, everything is okay now, and this could never happen again. However, after the events of 9/11, there has been an escalation of hate crimes and racial profiling all around the country targeting Muslims and Arab Americans, and those perceived to be Muslim and Arab Americans (like Sikh Americans).

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Written by on February 7, 2014

Racial Justice Roundtable

United African Organization’s Racial Justice Roundtable: Allies in Asian American, Arab/Muslim and Latino communities meet to discuss a key issue in their communities: racism.

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Written by on July 14, 2013

Weekly Worldly Events

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A weekly roundup of upcoming cultural events in Chicago

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Written by on June 21, 2013

Weekly Worldly Events

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There’s a lot happening in this city and sometimes it can be hard to keep up. To help out, we’ve rounded up some of this weekend’s most worldly events in hopes that it will aid in the planning of your weekend. Take a look.

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Written by on June 14, 2013

Solutions Now

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We can report on who gets killed and where. But how do we report on what stops the violence?

These were the questions posed at a reporters workshop, June 11th, held at at 618 South Michigan, Stage Two, Columbia College; hosted by Community Media Workshop and Strengthening Chicago’s Youth (SCY); and moderated by Natalie Moore, WBEZ’s South Side Bureau chief.

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Written by on June 14, 2013

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