Chicago Black

Regional slang for marijuana with dark leaves grown domestically in Chicago, IL
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A young man I knew - Fred Hampton, leader of the Chicago Black Panther Party - was killed when police opened fire in his apartment more than 40 years ago.
This special section highlights three phases in Chicago's history of modernist literary and artistic production: the Chicago Literary Renaissance (1900-1930), the Chicago Black Renaissance (1935-1950), and the Black Arts Movement in Chicago (1966-1976).
1961 -- The Chicago Black Hawks win the Stanley Cup in six games with a 5-1 triumph over the Detroit Red Wings.
On Saturday, September 1, 2012, Currie and Henri Boylan, an Event Organizer for a Chicago-based meetup group known as "The Chicago Black Professionals Social Network," sponsored a similar event entitled, "Love & Sex in the 21st Century: A Relationship Chat" that featured three guest speakers and book authors: Currie, Ami A.
Displaying talent and dedication, he was invited to try out for the Chicago Black Hawks, but his hockey dreams were put on hold when war broke out in Europe.
This, after all, was the arena that hosted its opening game on November 12, 1931, when the visitors, the Chicago Black Hawks, defeated the Leafs 2-1, and where for 68 years the home team played to consistently full houses despite its spotty record on the ice.
As a founding member of the Organization for Black American Culture, along with Rodgers and Madhubuti, Amini's poetic voice would emerge as one of the most prolific within the Chicago Black Arts Movement.
For more on the South Side Community Art Center see, Anne Meis Knupfer, The Chicago Black Renaissance and Women's Activism (Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2006); Bill Mullen, Popular Fronts: Chicago and African American Cultural Politics, 1935-46 (Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1999); Adam Green, Selling the Race: Culture, Community and Black Chicago, 1940-1955 (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2006); Margaret Goss Burroughs, "Chicago's Community Art Center: A Personal Recollection," in Art in Action: American Art Centers and the New Deal, John Franklin White, ed.
Sabina and even from the church, his work over 30 years has earned him credentials in the Chicago black Catholic community.
He grew up cheering for the Pittsburgh Pirates (because of Ralph Kiner); Boston Celtics (Bill Russell was his favorite player): Chicago Black Hawks (the stories he could tell about Stan Mikita); and the New York football Giants (the Cleveland Browns were their big rival back then, so, of course, I became a Browns fan; there's that contrarian gene again).
About 25 blocks south of that park was the closing event of the recent Chicago Black Pride, a celebration that began 10 years ago.
Rather than a straightforward celebration of black entrepreneurship or innovation, he offers an incisive reading of the meanings of a market economy for Chicago black communities.
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