"Hate has no home here, & we're not afraid. We love our neighborhood. We work with local police, locally elected officials. We feel safe"
“I am deeply troubled by the empowerment of extremism we’re experiencing at this moment in history,” Pritzker told The Blade
There had been a family-friendly drag show for all ages scheduled for later on Saturday, but UpRising Bakery & Cafe cancelled the event
Eric Sorensen running for retiring U.S. Rep. Cheri Bustos' seat
Lori Lightfoot in 2019 became the first Black lesbian woman elected mayor of a major U.S. city, the nation's third largest
Gregory Pratt, the Chicago Tribune reporter whose beat includes covering Mayor Lori Lightfoot and City Hall tweeted a video of the mayor
The anesthesiologist & LGBTQ health expert will serve as the first openly gay AMA president when he steps into the position later this month
She pioneered a charm school for young transgender people at Chicago’s Center on Halsted, offering lessons on love, makeup and manners
The action followed a court hearing earlier Thursday when a judge upheld the city's initial decision to revoke the Pride Parade permit
"We're not giving up. Our position has been misrepresented, and we're making every effort to keep the parade as scheduled"