A local coffee company is being recognized for its efforts to maintain an inclusive workplace.
FOX 32 Chicago continues its celebration of Black History Month with a look at one local program that’s promoting equity in the restaurant industry.
This year’s theme highlights the influence Black artists have had on visual and performing arts, as well as literature, fashion, music, film, and much more.
The Supreme Court on Tuesday passed up a chance to intervene in the debate over bathrooms for transgender students, rejecting an appeal from an Indiana public school district.
Dive into the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr., a pivotal figure in the civil rights movement. Explore his journey from challenging segregation to advocating for justice and equality.
The reverend and civil rights icon would have turned 95 this year.
The Vatican issued a new document explaining a radical change in Vatican policy by insisting that people seeking God’s love and mercy shouldn’t be subject to “an exhaustive moral analysis" to receive it.
Russian security forces raided gay clubs and bars across Moscow Friday night, less than 48 hours after the country’s top court banned what it called the “global LGBTQ+ movement” as an extremist organization.
A half-million-dollar grant is coming to Chicago Public Schools (CPS).
A federal agency has sued the restaurant chain Chipotle, accusing it of religious harassment and retaliation after a manager at a Kansas location forcibly removed an employee's hijab, a headscarf worn by some Muslim women.
Gerry’s Café is an atmosphere where inclusivity is on full display.
Thousands converged on the National Mall on Saturday for the 60th anniversary of Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.'s March on Washington.
Governor JB Pritzker has signed another 45 bills into law.
O'Shae Sibley was stabbed to death at a New York City gas station during a confrontation at one of the pumps, where Sibley was dancing with friends to a Beyoncé song.
A host with the Washington Commanders radio partner was fired after allegedly making disparaging comments about a female news anchor during training camp, according to a report from The Washington Post.
The Emmett Till and Mamie Till-Mobley National Monument will be located across three sites in Illinois and Mississippi and will be federally protected places.
Rev. Jesse Jackson founded Operation Push in 1971, then folded it into the Rainbow Coalition after his historic runs for president in 1984 and 1988. He is now 81-years-old, suffering from Parkinson's and using a wheelchair. The group said he will now act as their president emeritus.
An Oklahoma judge has thrown out a lawsuit seeking reparations for the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre, dashing an effort to obtain some measure of legal justice by survivors of the deadly racist rampage.
Some Chicago religious leaders are blasting the Supreme Court's decision on affirmative action.
Local and state leaders immediately addressed the U.S. Supreme Court's decision to strike down affirmative action in college admissions Thursday.