Robin Rue Simmons, Aaron Smith and Garley "Gigi Tonye" Briggs talk about the impact of Sunshine Entreprises on entrepreneurs looking to enrich and empower their communities.
Kesia King, CEO of Chop Chop Mobile Salon & Barber, talks about what they're doing to make sure everyone can get a haircut regardless of race, income or social status.
Patrice N. Perkins, founder of Creative Genius Law, talks about the services her law firm offers for disempowered creatives.
Community activist William Calloway talks about the grassroots movement to quell violence across Chicago and a range of other topics.
Nick Brown, founder of Glappitnova, talks about what they're doing to expose people to perspectives and lifestyles different than their own.
Chicago rapper Joey Purp talks about 'The Year Of The Youth' fundraiser and what SocialWorks and SaveMoneySaveLife are doing to revitalize the city heading into the school year.
These young ladies, all future voices of change. They're some of the many being empowered by the non-profit Ladies of Virtue. An organization driven by purpose, passion, and perseverance. Jamila Trimuel is the founder and joined Good Day Chicago.
Dion Dawson talks about the unveiling of Project Dream Fridge, aiming to help Englewood residents feeling the pinch of the pandemic.
Author and life coach Michael Taylor talks about his new book 'Shattering Black Male Stereotypes' and the message of empowerment he hopes to spread.
Zachary and Chris Slaughter talk about their new book called 'Boarded Up Chicago' and how its creation shaped them personally.
Lauren 'Lo' Harris joins Good Day Chicago to talk about her art and its impact among her community.
Pha'Tal, founder of Think Outside Da Block, talks about their mission to uplift and empower youth in Englewood and beyond.
Jeremy Joyce of Black People Eats talks about the importance of supporting Black-owned restaurants.
Acclaimed Chicago actress Deanna Reed-Foster talks about her inspiration behind a new PSA series that aims to help heal the city's racial divides.
For parents not sure how to open a dialogue about race and protests with young kids, books can be a great place to start. Kenyatta Scott has a book coming out that'll touch on our current social climate.
Chez Smith from the Gyrls in the H.O.O.D. foundation talks about what they're doing to educate young women about sexual health.
Sandy Kastrul, founder of I.C. Stars, talks about what they're doing to help low-income students get started in the technology sector.
James Sanders, chef and owner of Fuze Catering and Dirty Birds Southern Kitchen, talks about how he's using his business to help those most in need during these demanding times.
A'shontitiesha McKinney and Ariel Spires from Crowned Elites LLC talk about what they're doing to empower young women and address the mental health crisis in Chicago's communities of color.
Pastor James Brooks talks about what his church is doing to foster a sense of community and fight for justice.