Chicagoans React To Worst Mass Shooting In U.S. History

Chicago Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson speaks with members of LGBT groups and their supporters at a vigil in the city’s Boystown neighborhood on Sunday, June 12, 2016. Johnson said the city has stepped up security in gay communities following the shooting attack at a gay nightclub in Orlando.
Chicago Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson speaks with members of LGBT groups and their supporters at a vigil in the city's Boystown neighborhood on Sunday, June 12, 2016. Johnson said the city has stepped up security in gay communities following the shooting attack at a gay nightclub in Orlando. Teresa Crawford/AP
Chicago Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson speaks with members of LGBT groups and their supporters at a vigil in the city’s Boystown neighborhood on Sunday, June 12, 2016. Johnson said the city has stepped up security in gay communities following the shooting attack at a gay nightclub in Orlando.
Chicago Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson speaks with members of LGBT groups and their supporters at a vigil in the city's Boystown neighborhood on Sunday, June 12, 2016. Johnson said the city has stepped up security in gay communities following the shooting attack at a gay nightclub in Orlando. Teresa Crawford/AP

Chicagoans React To Worst Mass Shooting In U.S. History

On Sunday morning, Americans woke to the news of the worst mass shooting in U.S. history. Morning Shift opens the phones to hear reactions from our listeners.

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