Chicago Tribune interviewed David Stovall to discuss Chicago's deeply entrenched issues
“You have the COVID situation, which is making it harder to get work. The same communities have been disenfranchised for an elongated period of time. They haven’t had access to quality education or quality health care."
Beth Richie cited in an article on 'Defund the Police' & Domestic Violence Case Management
“There is a feeling in Black communities that the only time violence against Black women is taken seriously is when it can be used to feed the arrest and detention of a Black man,” Beth Richie, professor of African American studies and gender and wom
David Stovall on ABC7 Chicago on why "People Refuse to be Pacified"
"When you operate on a land that was founded on slavery, genocide and unlawful land appropriations, these are the things that constantly erupt to remind the general populace of what this place has always been," said Dr. David Stovall.
Dave Stovall comments in latest edition of Crain's Chicago Business 'Crain's Forum' on the Impact of Inequality
“The city’s population loss in minority neighborhoods on the South and West sides is unyielding. Experts point to various causes: gun violence, underfunded and shuttered schools and health facilities, rising property taxes, lack…