SHE CAST: #14 Aldermania (AKA Chicago Politics)
Chicago’s 20th Ward: Taylor, Johnson Poised For Runoff In Crowded South Side Ward Race
South Side Voters Tell City Officials The Obama Center Needs A Community Benefits Agreement
Jeanette Taylor, Nicole Johnson Set To Advance To April 2 Runoff In 20th Ward Race To Replace Cochran
Taylor and Johnson Carry Votes in 20th Ward; Will Head to Runoff Election in April
Chicago Sun-Times Candidate Questionnaire
WTTW 2019 Chicago Voters’ Guide
Former Educator Seeks Win in Crowded 20th Ward Race
20th Ward Aldermanic Candidates Meet in Community Forum
Same activists who won justice for Laquan set sights on City Council races
Millennials encouraged to vote after Jason Van Dyke verdict
Six Candidates In Crowded 20th Ward Race To Take Questions From Neighbors During Thursday Forum
Woodlawn Alderman Willie Cochran Considers Plea Deal
WCPT 820 Chicago - 20th Ward Aldermanic Candidate Nicole Johnson on The Ben Joravsky Show 4.4.18
Chicago Sun Times - Chicago ‘Indivisibles’ host summit Sunday at Malcolm X College
Englewood Rising - People Profile
“I intentionally chose a path that allowed me to invest my skills and time into my community, as opposed to a larger corporation that may not be committed to rebuilding,” she says. “I’m confident that my work is directly part of the solution.”
South Side Weekly - City-Run Englewood Clinic Abruptly Shuttered
“The city has this incessant reliance on private services to address public needs,” she wrote.
The Deep Dish - Onward and Upward in Englewood: Q&A with Nicole Johnson
"I am running for alder on the South Side. My previous experiences, educational background, and topics I am passionate about will lend themselves to my priorities. Our Black communities are being decimated due to violence, low-quality education and subsequent under-enrollment in public schools, and acquisition of land and developments without community input. All of this can sometimes push indigenous community members out. These are issues I plan to address as my campaign moves forward."
Chicago Woman - One Year Later: Five Chicago Women Taking Action
"Our communities, both urban and rural, are struggling. There is a dire need for leadership that is responsive, adaptive, and proactive, and women can do the job."