Trump takes Legal Action against Omarosa over tell-all Book

  By: Nana Aduba-Amoah Despite the fact that President Donald Trump’s campaign recently filed for arbitration against former White House official and campaign aide, Omarosa Manigault Newman, for her tell-all book, her publisher says the book will still be released. "My clients will not be intimidated by hollow legal threats and have proceeded with publication … Continue reading Trump takes Legal Action against Omarosa over tell-all Book

Chicago New ‘CityKey’ Id Cards Benefits Immigrants and Homeless People

    By: Nana Aduba-Amoah The city of Chicago released a new, optional, government-issued, “CityKey card” photo ID in May, to grant individuals, such as undocumented immigrants and homeless people, access to cultural and financial institutions. However, the card has only been issued to less than one percent of city residents so far, WGN-TV reports. "If you … Continue reading Chicago New ‘CityKey’ Id Cards Benefits Immigrants and Homeless People

Shaun King: ‘They Don’t Even See Us As Fully Human’ — Black America Web

Good Morning Everybody! As you may know, on late Sunday evening, while riding the train in Oakland, a white man targeted two young Black women on the train, without ever saying a word to them, and killed one – a beautiful young soul named Nia Wilson, an 18 year old high school student, and critically […] … Continue reading Shaun King: ‘They Don’t Even See Us As Fully Human’ — Black America Web

21 Shot, 3 Dead, in One Day from City’s Gun Violence

  By: Nana Aduba-Amoah Three people are dead and about  21 others are wounded from gun violence on the city’s South and West Side yesterday, with no suspects in custody. Around 9:40 p.m. last night, four gunmen opened fire and shot seven people gathering around a park bench in the East Garfield Park neighborhood, the … Continue reading 21 Shot, 3 Dead, in One Day from City’s Gun Violence

Illinois elections board ‘very likely’ named in Mueller indictment of Russian hackers, officials say — Naperville Magazine

The state’s voter registration database was “very likely” targeted by Russian hackers charged by special counsel Robert Mueller with interfering in the 2016 presidential campaign, the Illinois State Board of Elections announced Friday. A spokesman said the agency had not received confirmation from… via Illinois elections board ‘very likely’ named in Mueller indictment of Russian hackers, … Continue reading Illinois elections board ‘very likely’ named in Mueller indictment of Russian hackers, officials say — Naperville Magazine

Anti-violence protest shows unity among activists; division within city leaders

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=szWF_kGa5tM   By: Nana Aduba-Amoah On Saturday, July 7, thousands of people marched on the Dan Ryan Expressway to protest the ongoing violence occurring within the city of Chicago. Families and friends who lost their loved ones to violence, activists, and politicians flooded the inbound lanes of the 79th street expressway that morning, alongside the … Continue reading Anti-violence protest shows unity among activists; division within city leaders

Father Pfleger, protesters threatened with arrests ahead of Dan Ryan march — WGN-TV

CHICAGO — The Rev. Michael Pfleger is pushing back against Chicago and Illinois State Police who threaten arrests if protesters interfere with traffic on the Dan Ryan Expressway this weekend. Pfleger and other clergy members, including the Rev. Jesse Jackson, announced Tuesday a bold step in the ongoing campaign of civil unrest against street violence … Continue reading Father Pfleger, protesters threatened with arrests ahead of Dan Ryan march — WGN-TV