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Northwestern University and Evanston's Only Daily News Source Since 1881

The Daily Northwestern

Northwestern University and Evanston's Only Daily News Source Since 1881

The Daily Northwestern

Evanston Public LIbrary

Activists discuss Big Tobacco’s predatory tactics against consumers of color

February 18, 2022

Anti-tobacco advocates discussed Big Tobacco’s latest strategies in dodging regulations and expanding its markets during an online panel Wednesday, hosted by Evanston Public Library as part of its Black...

A calendar on a light blue background. The calendar says “SUN” on the top in Black, and has the number 6 on it.

The Week Ahead: What’s coming up in Evanston the week of Feb. 6

February 6, 2022

Here are some ways to celebrate Black History Month and avoid the outdoors this week in Evanston as the weather remains below freezing. Winter Wonderland Feb. 1 - Feb. 28, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Evanston...

Lorraine H. Morton Civic Center. Evanston’s NAACP chapter hosted a Black History Month event highlighting equity initiatives in Evanston’s municipal institutions Monday.

Evanston NAACP hosts Black History Month event, highlights equity initiatives

February 16, 2021

Evanston’s chapter of the NAACP celebrated Black history and discussed local racial equity initiatives in education, policing and healthcare at their virtual Black History Month event Monday. The...

Angela Williams’ mixed-media prints - inspired by African Andira symbols - bring together modern and traditional African art. Williams will speak about her work as a part of the Fleetwood-Jourdain Theatre’s 24/7/365 Black history broadcast series.

24/7/365 broadcast series highlights community artists, Black history

February 10, 2021

Dr. Elisha Hall is neither a stranger to the recording studio, nor to storytelling. He released his first instrumental album last month, and his three children often clamor for bedtime tales, which he...

The label of Temperance Beer Co.’s “Where I’m From” beer. Hadaway said the sketch embodies relief.

Temperance Beer Co., Mack’s Bike and Goods support Evanston reparations fund

February 7, 2021

In designing the label for Temperance Beer Co.’s Black History Month beer, Maia Faith Hadaway selected the sketch that embodied relief. The label depicts two people taking a deep breath, surrounded...

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