Chicago Park Named For Teen Fatally Shot In 2013A park is being named after the 15-year-old honors student whose name became synonymous with gun violence in Chicago when she was shot to death nearly four years ago.
Hadiya Pendleton's Birthday Marks 'Project Orange Tree'CBS 2’s Susanna Song reports from Harold Washington Park, where hundreds gathered to promote peace as part of Project Orange Tree. Participants wear orange.
Three Years After Hadiya Pendleton's Death, Life 'Not Any Easier,' Her Mother SaysStill, friends and family gathered Friday to celebrate a "commitment to healing."
First Lady Michelle Obama Pays Tribute To King College Prep Grads, Hadiya PendletonIn the section reserved for the graduates, flowers were placed on a single chair reserved for the girl who wasn't here: Hadiya Pendleton, an innocent teenager shot to death in early 2013.
Michelle Obama To Give Commencement Speech To Class That Likely Would Have Included Hadiya PendletonFirst Lady Michelle Obama will be in Chicago Tuesday to give the commencement address for the graduating class at King College Prep that would have likely included murder victim Hadiya Pendleton, whose funeral Mrs. Obama spoke at.
Chicago Students Wear Orange To Honor Hadiya Pendleton, Gun Violence VictimsOrange is the color of hope today across Chicago. People are wearing the bright hue in honor of national gun violence awareness day and at the center of it all, young Hadiya Pendleton, a Chicago teen murdered in a South Side park.
Hadiya Pendleton's Friends Organize National 'Wear Orange' Anti-Violence MovementYou'll be seeing a lot of orange in Chicago and in cities across the country on Tuesday, as part of National Gun Violence Awareness Day, inspired by the friends and family of a high school honor student slain in Chicago two years ago.
Michelle Obama To Speak At Graduation For Hadiya Pendleton's ClassmatesFirst Lady Michelle Obama will return to Chicago in June, to give the commencement speech at what would have been Hadiya Pendleton’s graduation ceremony.
South Side Park To Be Renamed To Honor Hadiya PendletonAfter more than a year in the works, the Chicago Park District approved the name change Wednesday.
Park District To Rename South Side Park After Hadiya PendletonTwo years after she was slain in the Kenwood neighborhood, the Chicago Park District board has voted to name a Bronzeville park in memory of honor student Hadiya Pendleton.
Hadiya Pendleton Foundation Holds Summit On Gun ViolenceThe city's youth raised their collective voice against gun violence in the city during a summit hosted by the Hadiya Pendleton Foundation on Saturday afternoon at the DuSable Museum.
Parents Of Hadiya Pendleton Help Launch ‘Not One More’ CampaignChicago's Cleo and Nate Pendleton joined other families in Washington D.C. to help launch the "Not One More" campaign.