Johnson Library

More than 15,000 books from Johnson Publishing Co. are now housed in the Stony Island Arts Bank

Since leaving Chicago’s oldest African-American weekly newspapers, two years ago, I have been able to report on a variety of topics that hopefully gave readers a better understanding of the world around us.

 

 

Stony Island Arts Bank, Library and Cultural Center Hopes to Reinterpret Chicago’s landscape. Click link below to read the story.

http://lj.libraryjournal.com/2015/12/buildings/stony-island-arts-bank-library-and-cultural-center-hopes-to-reinterpret-chicagos-landscape/

Urban League attracts Diana Ross and sold out crowd

http://www.chicagocrusader.com/urban-league-attracts-diana-ross-sold-dinner/

As police commander’s trial nears, a black in blue legacy is in the spotlight. Click the link below to read the story. 

http://As police commander’s trial nears, a ‘black in blue’ legacy is in the spotlight

Mayor of Chicago

Mayor Rahm Emanuel

City needs strong contender for Rahm Emanuel’s job. Click the link below to read the story.

http://chicagoreporter.com/city-needs-strong-contenders-for-rahm-emanuels-job/

Watchdog Agencies Sound the Alarm on Scams-New America Media. Click the link below to read the story.

http://newamericamedia.org/2015/06/watchdog-agencies-sound-the-alarm-on-scams.php

Historic Black-owned bank saved from closure. Clink the link below to read the story.

http://chicagocrusader.com/historic-black-owned-bank-saved-closure/

Jesse Jackson takes on Wall Street

Rev. Jackson believes the civil rights struggle includes the financial world

Rev. Jackson says engaging Wall Street is the next step in the struggle. Click below to read the story.

http://chicagocrusader.com/rev-jackson-says-engaging-wall-street-is-the-next-step-in-the-struggle/