enough chicago and the tragedy of urban violence

[ENOUGH] Black Teachers Hit Hardest by Chicago School Layoffs

Chicago Public Schools have laid off thousands of employees and teachers in the latest rounds…

[ENOUGH] CPS Calls for New Charter Schools Despite Closures and Budget Cuts

Chicago Public Schools has issued a call for new charter schools only months after what…

[ENOUGH] Keep Chicago Out Your Mouth

Over the past few months, race talk in America seems to be more frequent than—and…

[ENOUGH] Kidz Korna Turns Violent Intersection Into Safe Haven

Since its inception in the early 1980s, Farley Keith “Jackmaster Funk” Williams has been a chart-topping star of…

[ENOUGH] Chicago Drill Stars Talk Music, Violence

If you want an accurate portrait of Chicago’s modern gang culture, look no further than…

[ENOUGH] National Emergency Summit on Urban Violence

“The young people need the love and support, and the time, of the adults,” says…

[ENOUGH] Chicago Youth Talk Trayvon

  For young people in Chicago—a city that readily brings to mind thoughts of Black…

[ENOUGH] From Chicago to Sanford, With Love

How much does death cost? Not the caskets, flowers or trial coverage, but the death…

[ENOUGH] Remembering Ashton Wise

Erwin McEwen took the death of Ashton Wise almost as if it was his own…

[ENOUGH] Can Art Reduce Neighborhood Violence?

After spending a week in the unseasonably hot sun, international artist Charles Jean-Pierre still manages…