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Dino Robinson
Dino Robinson. (Image from Interfaith presentation)

Good Monday morning, Evanston.

With the city’s reparations program now underway, Evanston’s interfaith community gathered with the aim of reinforcing why people of faith are called to support the effort.

Five Evanston churches convened a three-part conference series, called “Faith, Justice & Reparations in Evanston” that featured online presentations which began in late September and ended in early October.

“[I hope] my community walks away with a real understanding that faith communities get that reparation are … called for by us as people of faith; that indeed, this is a part of our core belief system,” said Jacqueline Eddy, one of the event organizers and a member at Northminster Presbyterian. 

Credit: Evan Girard

Halloween drew crowds of young trick-or-treaters to Downtown Evanston on Saturday for the city’s Trick-or-Treat Stroll. Tiffany Cordero and her daughters Trinity and Kalea, pictured above, dressed up in Mario Brothers costumes to celebrate the holiday.

Mayor Daniel Biss wields the scissors at the ribbon cutting

Crowd cheers dedication of marker honoring Evanston suffragist. Despite an overcast sky and blustery weather, more than a hundred people turned out Oct. 30 to witness the dedication of the official Illinois historical marker celebrating the life and career of Catharine McCulloch, renowned Evanston attorney, suffragette, political activist and early supporter of women’s rights.

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The cast of “The Battlefields of Clara Barton” (Photo by Justin Barbin)

Northwestern musical workshop is homecoming for ‘Clara Barton.’ The life and motivations of Clara Barton, founder of the American Red Cross, was told in a two-act musical workshop, “The Battlefields of Clara Barton,” this weekend on the stage of Northwestern University’s Wirtz Center for the Performing Arts.

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Adina Keeling is a photojournalist and reporter, covering city news, sustainability, schools, and art. She also investigates mental health systems and environmental injustices in Evanston, and puts together...