On Violent Day In Chicago, Peace Marchers Push BackHundreds took to the streets in the Auburn Gresham neighborhood to call for end to violence. CBS 2's Brad Edwards reports.
Students Lead Peace March To Kick Off Memorial Day WeekendThe students made it clear they believe they can, by example, help quell the violence that has plagued the city.
West Englewood Students March For Peace: 'We Want To Grow Up!"Students in West Englewood marched for peace Friday morning, moved by gun violence that has claimed the lives of their friends, and shaken their neighborhood.
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.
Activists Rally Across Chicago To Pray For Peaceful Summer“We’re praying with the youth and for the youth,” said Dr. Donovan Price, who organized a march in Auburn-Gresham in honor of Tyshawn Lee.
Students Lead Peace March On South SideMore than 2,500 people, mostly kids, were marching from the South Loop to Bronzeville on Friday, demanding an end to the violence on the streets as students get ready to start their summer break.
Students Plan 3rd Annual Peace March On South SideThe march will step off at 10 a.m. in the South Loop. Students from all five Perspectives Charter Schools will march to the Bronzeville neighborhood. Kids from Evanston, Tennessee, and Georgia also will join the effort.
Dozens Of Chicagoans March In Memory Of Those Lost To ViolenceCBS 2’s Chris Martinez reports on the last day of the year, it was one final look back at the year - in violence.
Pastor Asks Gangs To Hold Their Fire Over Labor Day WeekendPastor Corey Brooks and promoters Asa Powell and Victor Woods said they talked with gang leaders for three weeks to try to assure a violence-free Labor Day.
Students Stage Peace March On South SideThe students were hoping to deliver a message of hope and resilience. As they begin their summer break, they want to see less bloodshed on city streets.
Chicago Students Planning Peace March As Part Of Anti-Violence CampaignAs Chicago moves into summer, or what some refer to as "the killing season" some students are working to change that.