Posts tagged "Chicago politics"

Amara Enyia: The woman who plans to beat Rahm Emanuel

Amara Enyia:  The woman who plans to beat Rahm Emanuel
Never again. I say this to myself whenever I think back on that fateful day almost four years ago.  The day when I fought cold and snow to complete my civic duty. When I walked into the voting booth, I was confident in how I would cast my vote.  Like many other Chicagoans, it was... Read more »

Do Black Voters Love a Good Rhyme?

Do Black Voters Love a Good Rhyme?
Inspiration for this blog can come from the darndest places. Today, I was inspired by a visit to my parents’ house. Unsuspectingly, I drove through their middle-class neighborhood of Chatham observing the quiet, wide, tree-woven streets. When I arrived at their house, I waved to a man who had been their neighbor for at least... Read more »

Rahm Emanuel: A severe case of ‘Voter's Remorse’?

Rahm Emanuel:  A severe case of ‘Voter's Remorse’?
I’m going to ask the question that many people are thinking but are afraid to ask: Is it just me, or does Rahm Emanuel (kinda) suck as mayor? Like the majority of voters, I voted for Rahm. Yeah, I didn’t quite know what he stood for or how he was proposing to make the city... Read more »
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