Ida B. Wells Drive: More Than a Street
A crowd celebrates the renaming of Ida B. Wells Drive (Photo by Jerome Rochelle)
African Americans have been an integral and influential part of Chicago from its very inception, when a Black man from Haiti named Jean Baptiste Point DuSable founded the “Windy City” in the 1770s. There is a long list of Black residents who have made a national and internat…
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