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Black Lives Matter Chicago

20 Black-Led Chicago Groups You Can Donate To Now To Make A Difference In Black Lives

These Black-led organizing groups are supporting their communities through the coronavirus crisis while leading a nationwide movement against police brutality.

Austin, Garfield Park, North Lawndale

Uptown March Ended With Cops Attacking Protesters, Witnesses Say: ‘They Surrounded Us’

An investigation has been launched into the incident where an officer punches a man twice following the Uptown protest.

Uptown, Edgewater, Rogers Park

Uptown Protest Thursday Will Ask Neighbors To ‘Honk For Justice’

The Uptown demonstration is the third in a planned series of protests centered in busy North Side neighborhoods.

Uptown, Edgewater, Rogers Park

Lincoln Square Bar Owner Faces Backlash After Posting Racist Comments Online: ‘It Sickens Me’

The owner of Spyners Pub said Black Lives Matter protesters “should only be allowed in zoos because they act like animals.” She's since apologized.

Lincoln Square, North Center, Irving Park

Rogers Park Street Corner Protest To Demand Justice For George Floyd

The Rogers Park demonstration is the second in a planned series of protests centered in busy North Side neighborhoods.

Uptown, Edgewater, Rogers Park

Thousands In North Side March Told: If Serious About Helping, Come To South And West Side Cleanup Events This Week

PHOTOS: A march from Lakeview to Old Town Tuesday ended with a call to action to show up for cleanup events at noon Wednesday.

Lincoln Park, Old Town

West Town The First In Series Of Peaceful Protests Planned For Busy North Side Intersections: ‘Silence Is Violence’

“This is 400 years coming. We’re 400 years late. Silence is violence.”

Wicker Park, Bucktown, West Town

City Must Confront Police Brutality If They Want Peace, Protesters And Aldermen Say: ‘Martial Law’ Will Get People Killed

Activists are also demanding the immediate release of jailed protesters and the defunding of the police department.

Englewood, Chatham, Auburn Gresham

This West Side Activist Was Paralyzed By A Shooting — Now Fellow Organizers Are Fundraising To Get Him A New Wheelchair

Tree Brown, 25, lives in constant pain because his wheelchair is severely broken, but he still dedicates much of his time to trying to end violence in Chicago.

Austin, Garfield Park, North Lawndale

Black Lives Matter Chicago Stocks A Free Food Box In Bronzeville

Black Lives Matter Chicago's food box provides non-perishable food selections to those facing the greatest need.

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