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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

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Local religious leaders discuss faith-based efforts to fight racism during ‘Civic Love’ event

October 25, 2022

Jewish Reconstructionist Congregation Rabbi Rachel Weiss recalled her time at Evanston’s Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Lab Experimental School during a Tuesday event hosted by Northwestern Leadership Development...

Rev. Michael Nabors, wearing a suit, speaks into a microphone while looking to the left.

Evanston faith community rallies after racist hate crimes in Evanston and Buffalo

May 17, 2022

Content warning: This article discusses anti-Black hate crimes and murders. Standing in front of a crowd of about 200, Rev. Kalif Crutcher of New Hope Evanston called for police reform, school environments...

Shorefront Legacy Center founder Dino Robinson stands between two shelves, filled with boxes of archival documents.

Evanston, Chicago leaders talk fair housing and reparations in forum

May 4, 2021

Community leaders from Evanston and Chicago discussed the history of redlining, fair housing policy and how these issues connect to reparations in a public forum Thursday. The forum was hosted by Open...

A blue background and multiple illustrations of the COVID-19 virus around the screen depicted as green circles with red spikes. There are multiple vials of the COVID-19 vaccine in the graphic with a large vial at the center with a large needle at the center of the image in front of the largest vial.

As eligibility varies across the state, Evanston residents struggle to secure local vaccination appointments

April 12, 2021

When Chris Granner, 63, became eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine, he jumped on the opportunity to register through the city of Evanston’s website — but soon realized he was not going to find an appointment...

Local Black medical professionals addressed vaccine hesitancy among the Black community and encouraged community members to get vaccinated at a webinar Monday hosted by Evanston’s Second Baptist Church in partnership with AMITA Saint Francis Hospital Evanston.

Second Baptist Church webinar addresses Black wellness, resiliency amid pandemic

February 16, 2021

AMITA Health gynecologist Riley Lloyd emphasized the importance of building Black community amid the pandemic Monday night. “What helps our community is when we’re better neighbors,” Lloyd said....

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