On Monday, community leaders weighed in on expectations they have of Johnson’s administration regarding crucial issues that impact Chicago’s Black and Latino communities, and the city as a whole, as part of the latest edition of our WTTW News “Voices” community conversation series.
The voters of Chicago have spoken, and the message is loud and clear: The next mayor needs new strategies to reduce crime. The two contenders for Chicago’s mayoral runoff, Paul Vallas and Brandon Johnson, have differing views on how to address crime and violence.
How neighbors in some Chicago communities are stepping up to help students with remote learning when their parents can’t work from home.
City officials may have some thoughts about solving violence in Chicago, but not everyone’s on board. What some community members have to say.