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Steve Bogira

Steve Bogira 

Bio:
I'm a senior writer for the Chicago Reader, and I write mostly about race and poverty. I'm also the author of Courtroom 302, a book about the nation's busiest felony courthouse, here in Chicago. It won the Midland Authors nonfiction award for 2005 and was a finalist for the LA Times current interest award. My work has been aided by an Alicia Patterson fellowship and a Kaiser media fellowship in health. I have an honorary doctorate in humane letters from Albion College. I'm a proud product of Chicago's south side and the Ridge Country Club caddie yard, where my gambling and cussing earned me a Chick Evans scholarship to Northwestern.

Steve Bogira writes about segregation every Thursday.

  • A Year to Remember

    If it's remembered at all, 1988 will be remembered as the year we remembered things that happened in other years.