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Chicago Teen Helps Elderly Community Sign Up For COVID-19 Vaccine After Seeing Grandparents Struggle With Technology

Benjamin Kagan

A Chicago teen has created a Facebook group dedicated to helping the elderly community sign up for their COVID-19 vaccination. “Chicago Vaccine Angels” is the new Facebook group created by 14-year-old Benjamin Kagan. The group’s mission is to help facilitate the elderly community with scheduling their Coronavirus vaccines after seeing …

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Chicago Man Arrested The 4th Time For Impersonating An Officer


A man arrested three times for impersonating a Chicago police officer was arrested again for the same crime. On Thursday, police said that Vincent Richardson was arrested Wednesday and charged with felony impersonation of an officer. On three different occasions, Jan 14, Jan 27, and Feb 3, he was accused …

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Rapper “Baby CEO” Protégé of Fredo Santana Dies at 20


Baby CEO, A rapper who first made headlines at the age of 14, is officially dead at 20. Amid social media tributes, no official cause of death has been declared, and his death remains unconfirmed at this time, According to the Sun. News of the young rapper’s presumed death was first …

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R.Kelly Will Go To Trial In Chicago For Child Pornography Charges

R Kelly No Getting Released

R&B singer R.Kelly will go to trial in Chicago for child pornography and obstruction charges next year. However, the federal trial is set for September. U.S. District Judge Harry Leinenwber set the trial to begin September 12, 2021, but expects the date to change because of the pandemic. Kelly pleaded not …

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Botched Home Raid Leaves Black Chicago Woman Traumatized

Anjanette Young

Anjanette Young has been trying to get the Chicago police to account for the damage she suffered during a botched raid for nearly two years, during which officers broke down her door with a battering ram, handcuffed her, and turned her home over. Young, who was naked, just stepped out …

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Common Says Offset Said He Felt Voting ‘Was Better Than Any Award’ As A Former Felon Who Didn’t Know His All His Voting Rights

Common For Atlanta Symphony

Common sat down with Florida Senator Perry Thurston, Florida Representative Shervin Jones and local community leaders to discuss issues within the Black community and the importance of educating the Black community about voting. On Sunday, October 25, Biden for President Florida hosted a Shop Talk roundtable with Chicago native, activist …

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