Important Events and Dates Related to Women in Chicago

As a major city of diverse population and commercial hub, Chicago had its share of social activism, expressed in protests, marches, campaigns and parades. As early as 1910, “Goddess of Anarchy” Lucy Parsons led anti-Capitalist mass demonstrations of homeless and unemployed people in Chicago – an unusual action at a time for a non-white woman. Read more…

Commemoration of Women’s Contribution in the Public Sphere of Chicago

While walking the impressive streets of the city, one might receive an immediate masculine image of Chicago – with its high-rise, skyscrapers, gangsters history, and its sport teams. Thus, although the city is rich with women’s contribution, and its history was shaped and influenced by remarkable women, as does its present, it is poorly reflected Read more…

10 Must See & Do in Chicago

1. Discover Chicago Architecture Called “The cornerstone of modern architecture”, Chicago is famous for its uniquely American architectural style. “The Loop”, is the area encircled by the elevated ‘L’ train tracks, has the largest area of interesting skyscrapers. You can either stroll the streets or take a boat tour. Follow WWP Chicago highlights itinerary for Read more…