CHICAGO (CBS) — There is growing support for Anjanette Young, who was the target of a botched Chicago Police raid.
On Saturday, hundreds of people representing Black sororities and fraternities held a caravan as part of their push for police reform. They drove their cars past Chicago Public Safety Headquarters at 3510 S. Michigan Ave.READ MORE: Chicago Weather: Cooler Trend Next Week After Quiet Weekend
Some honked their horns and displayed signs calling for an end to no-knock raids.
A CBS 2 Investigation uncovered Young’s case last month, nearly two years after officers wrongly raided her home.READ MORE: Protesters Hold 'Healing Circle' At Site Where Adam Toledo Was Shot And Killed By Police; 'Our Presence Is A Form Of Resistance'
Young has handcuffed naked and terrified during the raid. Police were looking for a different person.
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