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Hundreds protest killings by police, boycott Black Friday in Chicago

By staff |
November 25, 2017
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Alderman Carlos Rosa, main sponsor of the CPAC legislation in Chicago
Alderman Carlos Rosa, main sponsor of the CPAC legislation in Chicago City Council, tells protesters, “The only way we can insure that there won’t be another Laquan or another Rekia is if there’s real community control of the police.” Rekia Boyd is another murder victim killed by Chicago police. (Fight Back! News/staff)

Chicago, IL - More than 200 people took part in a protest against killings by police, Nov. 24, boycotting Black Friday on Chicago’s Magnificent Mile. This is the third year in a row that marchers came out to demand justice for Laquan McDonald, murdered by a Chicago cop in 2014. The protest also demanded freedom for torture victims of the Chicago police, and an elected civilian police accountability council (CPAC). The march was organized by the Chicago Alliance Against Racist and Political Repression.

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