Posts Tagged “George Floyd”

Cicero Police charge suspect in brutal racial attack during Floyd protests

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Cicero Police charge suspect in brutal racial attack during Floyd protests

Cicero Police charge suspect in brutal racial attack during Floyd protests The Cicero Police have concluded a 10 week long investigation into the June 1 attack against an African American driver who was impaled by a metal rod during protests organized following the George Floyd killing. The 25 year old driver from Chicago was in…

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Reflecting on the past week’s violence

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Reflecting on the past week’s violence

Reflecting on the past week’s violence The Black Lives Matter protestors should be held accountable for the violence of many of those who participated. Although supporting Black Lives is a just cause, the organizers failed to take responsibility for the widespread violence, looting, arson and shootings that took place in the midsts of their protests….

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Ford Encourages Governor to Hold Moment of Silence against Hate and Racism

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Ford Encourages Governor to Hold Moment of Silence against Hate and Racism

Ford Encourages Governor to Hold Moment of Silence against Hate and Racism With residents across the state coming together to stand against racism and police brutality, state Rep. La Shawn K. Ford, D-Chicago, is calling on Gov. J.B. Pritzker to lower the state’s flags and to call for an 8 minute and 46 second moment…

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Peaceful protest in La Grange

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Peaceful protest in La Grange

Peaceful protest in La Grange No problems reported as hundreds march  By Steve Metsch Charlotte Wolf said she wanted to make a stand “because there is a lot going on in the world right now.” So, the recent graduate of Lyons Township High School organized a peaceful protest rally and march in La Grange on…

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