1,000 Protesters March In Chatham Demanding End To Police Brutality. Then They Fed Neighbors – Block Club Chicago

CHATHAM — More than 1,000 people carrying signs from Chicago’s 77 community areas marched through Chatham Sunday morning, demanding an end to police brutality and racial inequity before providing free meals to people in need.

Organized by South Side nonprofit My Block My Hood My City, the Chatham Peace Walk kicked off at 10 a.m. on 79th Street and ended at 7801 S. State St. for the food giveaway.

After grocery stores and pharmacies closed in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic…

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