There's a new owner of the building housing the iconic LGBT businesses, and they fear the clock is ticking.
"This is a safe environment, and so we want to keep it safe for them and give them fun things to do like you would a family," said Coles Elementary principal Charlie McSpadden.
The rash of burglaries occurred in the last 11 days.
The separate holdups happened in the past month.
The 22nd annual march is celebrating the resistance of oppressed people around the world, including "Palestinians and those who are undocumented."
The assault happened in the 8100 block of South Pulaski Road
Burglars have gotten in by forcing open doors and windows, police say
"Again, in my personal experience, I'm not sure what code of silence means," Johnson said.
Chicago is "totally like the new epicenter of drag because ... it's so diverse," photographer Adam Ouahmane said.
Several events over the weekend throughout Chicago honor the unofficial ending of slavery in America.
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