“We have a president that doesn’t respect the institutions, and every hour of the day is proving that he thinks he’s above the law,” Albright said.
One teacher cited such problems as rodents, leaky pipes, tiles falling from the ceiling, a lack of toilet paper and soap, and more.
Parents and children held up signs with phrases like “Never again” and “I stand with the students.”
Students in the union’s paid, four-year apprenticeship program can become certified and trained in a range of carpentry skills.
Marchers banged drums, sang, chanted and prayed as they walked from a South Loop church to the city’s Immigration and Customs Enforcement office.
Manson is touring behind his latest album “Heaven Upside Down,” which was released in early October.
“You’re in a cell, you can’t move, you don’t see light, and the only thing you can do is walk around in circles . . . ” Christian Gomez Garcia said.
“I’m really frustrated, this is like a nightmare, a horrible nightmare,” said Luz Maria Garcia, Christian Gomez Garcia’s mother.
Investigators are looking into a connection between a man who jumped from the Chicago Skyway Monday and a woman who was found killed in East Chatham.
The officers were honored for assisting in the birth of twin girls on Nov. 1 at the CTA’s Roosevelt Road station.
Before the hearing, several supporters of Miguel Perez Jr. gathered in lobby of the Dirksen Federal Courthouse in the Loop.
Janae Lenor Davis was born at 12:08 a.m. Monday to Jeremy Davis and Dana Brown, weighing 9 pounds, 0 ounces and measuring 20 inches long.