Faith from Wish Me Luck Tattoo talks about launching their tattoo shop during a pandemic and the barriers that were shattered along the way.
One exhibit is helping mothers who have lost their children to gun violence. Founder of The Sisterhood Exhibit, Gwendolyn Baxter, and Professor Danny Cohen talk about the healing power mothers are finding in sharing their painful stories.
Nicole Durham, vice president of diversity and inclusion at Exelon, talks about what they're doing to cultivate a welcoming and collaborative environment for people from all backgrounds.
Rebranding Chicago's West Side with art and culture is what one Black-owned art gallery is all about. Art West's co-founder Alexie Young talks about it in Voice of Change.
Joseph Williams, founder of Mr. Dad's Father's Club, talks about how the pandemic has shifted the direction of his group but how their vision has remained the same.
Joe Mutuc and Bianca T talk about the partnership between Cara and BMO Harris to inspire more diverse and inclusive workplaces across Chicago.
Johnny "Crusher" Jackson talks about turning his life around and giving back to the community after being given a second chance through the First Step Act.
Krenice Roseman and Derrick Ramsey talk about the mission of Young, Black & Lit and the importance of showing youth the postivie impact of reading.
Vanessa Stokes talks about the upcoming virtual Symposium on Racial Reconciliation.
Timothy Hooper, founder of HoJo Family Assistance Program, talks about what their doing to support Chicago's most vulnerable during the pandemic and beyond.
Dr. William Gradishar from Northwestern Memorial Hospital talks about the importance of mammograms and having regular screenings for breast cancer.
FOX 32's Terrance Lee reports live from Local Market grocery store in the South Shore neighborhood
Theodore Davis, vice president of the Sigma Omega Foundation, talks about what they're doing to strengthen the fabric of their community and provide pathways to higher education for young, talented students.
Jeremy Joyce, founder of Black People Eats, joins us to talk about Blaktober, a virtual festival for Black-owned restaurants offering meal deals and specials throughout the month.
Ayana Clark, a community advocate for the 1st district, talks about serving as a liasion between the community and Rep. Bobby Rush.
Political strategist Alex Sims talks about what's next for healing the racial divide in Chicago and across the nation.
Perri L. Irmer, president and CEO of the DuSable Museum of African-American History, talks about what they're doing to honor and celebrate the achievements of Black Americans.
Tiffany Walden and Matt Harvey from The TRiiBE talk about what they're doing to empower Black Chicagoans and be a personalized resource for the community.
We've talked before about moving beyond diversity and toward racial equity. More corporate workplaces are having the conversation now but it's an issue i.c.stars has been tackling for 20 years now and many companies could learn a thing or two from them. President and co-founder Sandee Kastrul talks about it.
Change starts with real conversation like the ones we have everyday during the Voice of Change. For it to be productive, it has to have a clear, core focus. That's the goal of the Heal America Tour, which has a stop in Chicago Wednesday night.