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A young boy holds a sign that reads 'I am not a threat” during a vigil for Wadea Al Fayoume at the Prairie Activity & Recreation Center on Tuesday in Plainfield.

A young boy holds a sign that reads ‘I am not a threat” during a vigil for Wadea Al Fayoume at the Prairie Activity & Recreation Center on Tuesday in Plainfield. Wadea, 6, was stabbed to death. His landlord allegedly targeted the boy and his mother because of their Muslim faith.

Tyler Pasciak LaRiviere

A young boy holds a sign that reads 'I am not a threat” during a vigil for Wadea Al Fayoume at the Prairie Activity & Recreation Center on Tuesday in Plainfield.

A young boy holds a sign that reads ‘I am not a threat” during a vigil for Wadea Al Fayoume at the Prairie Activity & Recreation Center on Tuesday in Plainfield. Wadea, 6, was stabbed to death. His landlord allegedly targeted the boy and his mother because of their Muslim faith.

Tyler Pasciak LaRiviere

WBEZ’s Weekly News Recap: Oct. 20, 2023

Protesters get violent as the city decides where to set up migrant tent camps. The nation mourns the killing of Wadea Al-Fayoume.

A young boy holds a sign that reads ‘I am not a threat” during a vigil for Wadea Al Fayoume at the Prairie Activity & Recreation Center on Tuesday in Plainfield. Wadea, 6, was stabbed to death. His landlord allegedly targeted the boy and his mother because of their Muslim faith.

Tyler Pasciak LaRiviere

   

Reset goes behind the week’s headlines with local journalists on the Weekly News Recap.

GUESTS: Monica Eng, Chicago reporter, Axios

Heather Cherone, Chicago politics reporter for WTTW

Melody Mercado, reporter covering the Loop, West Loop, River North and Gold Coast for Block Club Chicago

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