A group of senior citizens held a protest Tuesday over what they call “deplorable conditions” in public housing in Chicago’s Kenwood neighborhood. The four senior homes in question are managed by the Woodlawn Community Development Corporation, a project of the Reverend Leon Finney.
When the Reverend Martin Luther King Jr. took to the streets of Chicago, many marched alongside him. But few matched the fervor of Bishop Arthur M. Brazier. Brazier was a vital spiritual leader in the civil rights movement.Last week, the Chicago native was freed from a long battle with cancer.