You may see some "hoodrunners" around Garfield Park on Saturday. That's what the founder of Run Your Hood affectionately calls members of a new West Side running group. Dyani Cox talks about it.
Books about race are topping bestseller lists right now and have been for weeks. One getting a lot of attention: The Skin You Live In, a children's book written and illustrated by Chicagoans. The author, Michael Tyler, joined Good Day Chicago.
Glenance Green from the South Side Food Distribution Network talks about what they're doing to meet the needs of communities hit hard by COVID-19 and recent looting.
FOX 32's Jake Hamilton discusses the magic of Hamilton with the Broadway musical's original cast ahead of its premier on Disney Plus.
Ahead of its premier on Disney Plus, the cast of the Broadway hit Hamilton sat down with FOX 32's Jake Hamilton to discuss the epic stage production.
The cast of the Broadway hit Hamilton sat down with FOX 32's Jake Hamilton to discuss the epic stage production and it's launch on Disney Plus.
Hamilton hits Disney Plus on Friday. Ahead of the launch, FOX 32's Jake Hamilton sat down with the show's choreographer, Andy Blankenbuehler.
FOX 32's Jake Hamilton sat down with Hamilton musical director Alex Lacamoire.
Protest has been channeled through music throughout our country's history and with recent the deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and Ahmaud Arbery, musicians have turned to their form to express pain and grief including Sanya N'Kanta.
"Start where you are. Use what you have. Do what you can." The famous quote from Arthur Ashe makes you think of people like Gabrielle Darvassy, owner of B'Gabs Vegan Scratch Kitchen in Hyde Park. She joined Good Day for Voice of Change.
Zahara Bassett from Brave Space Alliance talks about the powerful activism from Chicago's Black LGBTQ community and how they plan to carry their momentum into the following months.
Damon Williams of the Let Us Breathe collective talks about their goals in eliminating the prison-industrial complex.
The hit Showtime series 'The Chi' is back for a third season and Jake Hamilton had the chance to talk with one of the stars, Birgundi Baker.
One local non-profit is calling for unity, now more than ever. Deborah Harris with Action Now Institute joined Good Day Chicago for Voice of Change.
He's one of the toughest guys to ever hit the big screen, but Danny Trejo's real-life story is crazier than anything Hollywood could ever come up with. And now, it's all captured in the new documentary, "Inmate #1," and Jake Hamilton had the chance to chat with him.
Many Voice of Change guests have said the message of racial equality is nothing new, but this moment we're seeing right now and the conversations that are happening feel different. Some say young people have a lot to do with that. Trina Reynolds-Tyler talks about it.
Amika Tendaji from Black Lives Matter Chicago talks about why she thinks Chicago is lagging behind other cities in terms of holding police accountable.
Karen Freeman-Wilson, CEO of the Chicago Urban League, talks about their fight against systemic racism on the ground level.
Jahmal Cole, founder of My Block My Hood My City, talks about their efforts to rejuvenate communities ravaged by looting and destruction.
"We need to have the talk." That sentence means different things to different people. But for many in the African American community, it means parents preparing their children for interactions with police and law enforcement. Dr. Waldo Johnson talks about it.