Little Village Aldermen Call For Justice In Wake Of Adam Toledo Video Release

“My heart goes out to his mother and his family,” said Ald. Michael Rodriguez. “We’re wrapping our arms around their family right now.“

Chicago Police Shooting
Demonstrators raise their hand as they attend a peace walk honoring the life of police shooting victim 13-year-old Adam Toledo, Sunday, April 18, 2021, in Chicago's Little Village neighborhood. Shafkat Anowar / AP Photo
Chicago Police Shooting
Demonstrators raise their hand as they attend a peace walk honoring the life of police shooting victim 13-year-old Adam Toledo, Sunday, April 18, 2021, in Chicago's Little Village neighborhood. Shafkat Anowar / AP Photo

Little Village Aldermen Call For Justice In Wake Of Adam Toledo Video Release

“My heart goes out to his mother and his family,” said Ald. Michael Rodriguez. “We’re wrapping our arms around their family right now.“

Over the weekend, thousands rallied in Logan Square and Little Village demanding justice for Adam Toledo. The peaceful marches were in response to the newly-released body cam footage of a Chicago police officer fatally shooting the 13-year-old last month.

Reset checks in with aldermen representing parts of Little Village to discuss the needs of their community and how to keep city leaders and the police department accountable moving forward.

GUESTS: Ald. Michael Rodriguez, 22nd Ward

Ald. George Cardenas, 12th Ward