Hundreds March To Remember Victims Of Chicago's Gun ViolenceHundreds of people will march Saturday to honor the victims of Chicago’s gun violence in 2016.
U.S. Education Secretary Returns To Chicago For Anti-Violence MarchEarlier this week, 13 people were murdered and 32 wounded in shootings in Chicago during a 36-hour period, the deadliest stretch the city has seen since 2003.
Marchers Protest Violence On South SideTwo hundred people rallied near Chicago police headquarters, demanding an end to the violence on East 35th Street.
Courthouse Closes Amid Protest Over Teen's Shooting Death By OfficerLaToya Howell, the mother of 17-year-old Justus Howell, led about 30 protesters onto the street in front of the Lake County Courthouse and blocked traffic.
Variety Of Protest Groups Combines For May Day DemonstrationGroups ranging from the Gay Liberation Network to the Animal Liberation Front were represented at the 2 ½-hour rally and march, which began in Union Park and made stops at the Mexican consulate and in Pilsen before reaching the Cook County Criminal Courts complex.
Chicagoans Making The Journey To Mark 50th Anniversary Of Selma MarchSeveral buses, vans and caravans are on the way from Chicago to Selma, Alabama, to celebrate a civil-rights milestone. CBS 2’s Dorothy Tucker reports.
Smaller Police-Brutality Protest Takes To Chicago's StreetsMarchers chanted: "This is what democracy looks like."
Lakeview Residents Stage Midnight March To Fight CrimeGrowing concern over a recent late night crime spree on the streets of Lakeview helped spur an effort to get local residents to walk the streets overnight to bring attention to crime hot spots.

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