Suicides by Black Cook County residents seeing an alarming rise in 2020

Malik Webber loved to eat. Chicken. Chitlins. Spaghetti. Dressing. He was social, with lots of friends, always a smile on his face.

These are the things Angie Graves remembers most about him. Graves, 48, knew Webber since he was a kid. He lived a few houses down from her on a North Lawndale block where everybody knows everybody, and kids line up to buy snow cones.

Webber died by suicide in March. He was 21.

“You still ask yourself why,” says Graves, who took in Webber when he was a…

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