How many more have to die, Chicago?
Rev. Michael Pfleger
In more than one venue Monday, speakers and attendees expressed reservations about President-elect Donald Trump and his incoming administration.
For Pam Bosley, whose son was killed in 2006, the murders in 2016, mostly in the poorest areas of the South and West sides — are more than a statistic
MITCHELL: To many, the faces staring out from the collage of victims murdered in 2016 have no connection to them. But take a closer look.
They will tote the crosses in tribute to hundreds of dead men, women and children along the Magnificent Mile.
Americans must fight to make sure that the “one man(one woman), one vote” policy rules.