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September 24, 2013Lecture series to examine Chicago, Cook County government
Civic leaders to address the area’s social, economic, and political conditions
July 9, 2013Durbin urges support for immigration reform
“We need to pass this,” senator tells forum
April 30, 2013Giving citizens a say on spending
City planners, officials and activists gather in Chicago this week to promote a new way of spending taxpayers’ money
April 23, 2013Documenting a ‘large, unconventional life’
Researching the eventful life of Eslanda Robeson was journey of discovery for historian Barbara Ransby
April 15, 2013International conference urges cities to let residents spend their taxes
Participatory budgeting is underway in Chicago and other cities
April 9, 2013Emanuel has more council support than Daleys
“A more compliant ‘rubber stamp’ city council than any mayor in recent history,” report says.
April 2, 2013Historian remembered as ‘foremost Jacksonian scholar of our time’
Robert Remini, an award-winning biographer, was official historian for the U.S. House of Representatives.
March 29, 2013Historian Robert Remini, 1921-2013
Professor emeritus of history was “the foremost Jacksonian scholar of our time.”
February 26, 2013Fighting for ‘life, liberty, pursuit of happiness’
Donna Brazile speaks with the soft drawl of her native New Orleans, but she carries a big stick.
February 15, 2013Political strategist Donna Brazile keynotes Black History Month at UIC
Feb. 19 campus talk features first African-American woman to manage a presidential campaign.