Uptown, Edgewater, Rogers Park
Reparations For Black Chicagoans Are Overdue, Supporters Of Resolution Say: ‘We Need To Put Our Money Where Our Mouth Is’
If approved in a Friday vote, the Chicago Descendants of Enslaved Africans Reparations Commission would hold public hearings to consider what form reparations would take in Chicago.
Coronavirus Cases Continue To Slow, But Protests, Gatherings Will Likely Lead To Another Rise: Officials
Illinois saw another day where new cases of coronavirus fell below 1,000.
"I reject the view that you can't support cops and hold them accountable," Police Supt. David Brown said. "God help us if we can't find the courage to publicly condemn police misconduct and excessive force."
Non-essential retail and outdoor seating establishments were allowed to open to the public Wednesday.
"My hope is that we don't get to a point where we actually start to see a significant increase again," said the city's top doctor. "I don't think it's possible that we won't see any effect of that on the numbers."
An investigation has been launched into the incident where an officer punches a man twice following the Uptown protest.
City’s Shared Street Program Off To A Good Start In Ravenswood: ‘We’re Absolutely Interested In Expanding’
At least one other shared street is being shelved while the city focuses on public safety.
The Uptown demonstration is the third in a planned series of protests centered in busy North Side neighborhoods.
The Rogers Park demonstration is the second in a planned series of protests centered in busy North Side neighborhoods.
Big changes have come: More businesses will be able to open their doors, offices can reopen and people will be able to gather in groups of 10 or fewer.