At least 200 people rallied in Water Tower Plaza on Friday against violence in the Gaza Strip.
Mitch Armentrout / Chicago Sun-Times
At least 200 people rallied in Water Tower Plaza on Friday against violence in the Gaza Strip.
Mitch Armentrout / Chicago Sun-Times
In recent weeks TikTok and Instagram feeds have been filled with videos of pro-Israel and pro-Palestinian groups shouting each other down on college campuses across America. But off screen, steps away from the clashes and anger are college students on both sides of a seemingly uncrossable divide struggling with grief and fear.
At least 200 people rallied in Water Tower Plaza on Friday against violence in the Gaza Strip.
Mitch Armentrout / Chicago Sun-Times
At least 200 people rallied in Water Tower Plaza on Friday against violence in the Gaza Strip.
Mitch Armentrout / Chicago Sun-Times
In recent weeks TikTok and Instagram feeds have been filled with videos of pro-Israel and pro-Palestinian groups shouting each other down on college campuses across America. But off screen, steps away from the clashes and anger are college students on both sides of a seemingly uncrossable divide struggling with grief and fear.