Ciera McKissik from the Hyde Park Art Center previews their 4-hour celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., and talks about the spirit of change his legacy reflected.
Tamekia Swint from Stylez 4 Kidz talks about her new book "Your Hair Is Your Crown!" and the importance of normalizing the acceptance of natural hair and fostering positive self-image.
Claude Tellis, CEO of VeganSmart, talks about the 15% Pledge and how his business has flourished with the additional exposure.
The new season of 'The Resident' premieres on FOX 32 tonight, and Jake Hamilton has a preview.
Hermene Hartman from N'DIGO Media talks about their mission of highlighting Black voices and creating a more inclusive, insightful portrait of the Black experience.
Romel Murphy, executive director at "Equality Should Be Normal," talks about their mission and the importance of stifling racism at all levels.
Taron Patton, co-founding executive director of the African American Museum of the Performing Arts, expands on their mission to showcase Black excellence.
Loren Taylor, co-founder and CEO of AwokeNet.com, talks about his mission behind AwokeNet and the importance of strengthening connections between social justice organizations.
Harry Wilkins, president and CEO of Gift of Hope, talks about their efforts to restore minorities' trust in the healthcare system.
The Elmhurst Art Museum is hoping its new exhibits, highlighting racial and housing inequity, will get people talking. John McKinnon is the museum's executive director and he talks about what's planned for next year.
Let's get Chicago's youngest students back in the classroom. It's time to stop the fighting, before it's too late.
Ian Gonzalez, owner of Last Lap Cornerstore, talks about filling a need in his community and the importance of encouraging Black runners.
Rapper Matt Muse talks about his second annual Love and Nappyness Hair Care Drive and the importance of giving back to Chicago's most vulnerable communities.
George Clooney sat down with FOX 32's Jake Hamilton to talk about his new film, The Midnight Sky, and offered his best piece of advice for up-and-coming actors.
You've heard of food deserts but you may not have heard of book deserts. Those are areas where kids and their families have very limited access to books and other reading materials. In the Roseland neighborhood, two teachers said, ‘You know what we gotta do something about it.’
Kayla White from Ghostlight Ensemble talks about what they're doing to create an immersive environment accepting of all people.
Riz Ahmed talks about his role in the highly acclaimed new film "Sound of Metal."
Van Richardson, CEO of iManage, talks about the importance of getting more Black youth engaged in the tech industry.
Toy Ann McCray is making a difference and working towards solutions. She joined Good Day Chicago to talk about the work she does in the community and the award she recently won for her efforts.
Faith from Wish Me Luck Tattoo talks about launching their tattoo shop during a pandemic and the barriers that were shattered along the way.