Human Rights Deadly Cold Looms, Emergency Shelter Space Limited By Dana Vollmer • Feb 4, 2021 AP Photo/Seth Perlman As the region braces for an arctic blast this weekend, there aren't many places for people experiencing homelessness to go. Illinois Human Rights Act 'Expansion Bill' In Limbo By Rachel Otwell • Aug 1, 2018 Advocates of the so-called Illinois Human Rights Act "expansion bill" are urging Governor Bruce Rauner to sign that piece of legislation, which is currently on his desk. Otherwise, without his action, it would die by mid-August. MCLP Graduation Speaker Aims To Change Biased Systems By Judith Valente • Apr 26, 2018 Courtesy of Charlene Carruthers Community activist and author Charlene Carruthers says she believes in asking questions that challenge people and might even make some feel uncomfortable. ISU Speaker Looks Back At History Of Human Rights By Becky Fletcher & Charlie Schlenker • Apr 25, 2018 Alvaro Barrientos / AP From recent airstrikes on Syria to President Trump’s immigration policies, human rights issues are a constant in today's headlines.