Posts tagged "warehouse"

What's Up This Week: the Latino vote, CHA announcements and Black Friday walk-out

What's Up This Week: the Latino vote, CHA announcements and Black Friday walk-out
Behind the Numbers. We’ve heard a lot about the decisive Latino vote in this election but behind the numbers is a different story. We zoomed into Chicago and looked at the political struggles still facing Latino communities despite their gains in high-profile offices and majority ward status. Black Friday. Workers at Walmart stores across the... Read more »

What's Up This Week: Housing discrimination ordinance, social change films and your input on Chicago's budget

What's Up This Week: Housing discrimination ordinance, social change films and your input on Chicago's budget
Housing Discrimination. A proposed ordinance before the Cook County board would prevent landlords across the county from discriminating against low-income tenants who have housing vouchers. The Chicago Reporter investigates the ordinance, those who love it and those who don’t. Chicago International Social Change Film Festival. Now on the big screen: films that hope to change... Read more »

Wall Street reform includes regulations on minority- and women-owned businesses

In the past few years, the world has suffered tremendously from the consequences of the actions of Wall Street bankers. To help ease up on the financial tension, Congress recently passed a financial reform legislation to change how Wall Street and its federal regulators function. According to the Chicago Tribune, the new law requires each... Read more »
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