The Champaign-Urbana chapter of Showing Up for Racial Justice advocates for removing school resource officers from Urbana schools, and offers action items for the week.
As the nation struggles in the aftermath of the killing of George Floyd, Nicole offers some suggestions for expanding civic engagement across Champaign County.
On day one of Phase 3 of Illinois' reopening, Nicole ventures out to one of our local parks and asks for more care and consideration for people of color in public spaces.
Facing a controversial decision to significantly increase the police presence in Urbana Schools, there exists a need for more stakeholder input.
White nationalism has morphed from an attitude to a violent ideology. The threat exists in Champaign-Urbana and we need to work together to thwart it.
How do we talk about poverty in C-U?
Nicole ponders the questions that she would pose to school board candidates for the upcoming 2019 school board elections in Champaign and Urbana.
Darlene Kloeppel doesn't care what people think about her opponent. She believes she has the experience, the knowledge, and the empathy to serve Champaign County as its very first Executive.
We talk to the current County Clerk, who is running for County Executive, about his hopes for the newly formed position, how a local liberal can justify voting for a local Republican, and what role government can play in our daily lives.
Nicole seeks to expand discussions of the 2018 midterm elections with a call for voters to consider voter protection efforts nationally and across Champaign County.
Brian shares information about the sheriff's office cooperating with Immigration Customs Enforcement officers.
The Trump Administration's immigration policies continue to affect people in our community.
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