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Ralph Rehbock, who was born in Gotha, Germany, and fled to Chicago with his family in 1938 to escape the Holocaust, is taking part in a new social media campaign to pass on testimony of survivors through their children and grandchildren.

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Ald. Ed Burke (14th) says goodbye to City Hall, dispensary workers demand better working conditions, and 100,000 tulips are blooming on the South Side.

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Anna Johnson, a pro-abortion rights activist who said she believes abortion is healthcare, walks with activists in front of The Bean at Millennium Park in the Loop during a rally organized by Rise Up 4 Abortion Rights, Saturday, April 15.

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Mayor Lori Lightfoot receives a gift from Ald. Jason C. Ervin (28th) during a city council meeting at City Hall, Wednesday, April 19.

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Ald. Edward M. Burke (14th) grabs his bag as he walks out after attending his last city council meeting at City Hall, Wednesday, April 19.

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Lisa Curcio Gaston, the first woman commodore of the Chicago Yacht Club, laughs while speaking to a reporter on a power boat overlooking the Chicago skyline on Lake Michigan, Tuesday, April 11.

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Isabella Snow, and her husband Noah Nichols hold hands at Kinton Ramen, Monday, April 17, 2023. Nichols and Snow both have a shared cartoonish “crash” tattoo that represents their first real challenge to overcome as a couple when they got into a car accident on their first date in 2019.

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Employees of Rise Dispensary located at 9621 N. Milwaukee Ave. picket outside their store demanding better working conditions and fair pay, Wednesday, April 19, in Niles, Ill.

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Members of the Little Village Community Council and community members protest outside Walmart Neighborhood Market in Little Village over the closure of four Walmarts in Chicago at the end of the week, Friday, April 14.

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Ariana, partner of Jermaine Pelt, places her arm around their son Jared after Pelt’s funeral outside House of Hope in the Pullman neighborhood, Friday, April 14. Pelt, 49, died while trying to put out a house fire in the 12000 block of South Wallace Street on April 4.

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Phil Shoemaker, grocery/speciality manager, looks through boxes of produce that will be donated versus thrown away at the Dill Pickle Food Co-op at 2746 N Milwaukee Ave in Logan Square, Thursday, April 20.

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Visual artist Amanda Williams sits among thousands of tulips, which are part of her project, “Redefining Redlining” near the intersection of East 53rd Street and South Prairie Avenue in the Washington Park neighborhood, Friday, April 21. One hundred thousand tulips were planted to represent houses that previously stood on the now vacant lots.

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