Nearly 100 protestors demonstrated outside a South Side police station for hours Monday demanding the release of activist Malcolm London.
In an evening address, the mayor talked about of the pain of the past week, support for businesses and police reforms she wants to enact in 90 days.
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“It’s going to take a generation to repair what we’ve lost right now. All of Chicago needs to be rebuilt,” the Chicago activist said.
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The mayor also shot down President Trump’s threat to deploy federal troops to cities plagued by looting and violence. “Not in my city,” she said.
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Activists called for a comprehensive economic plan for South Shore, and for Chicago police to meet deadlines with a federal consent decree.