In the Latino neighborhood, entire families came to protest, parents pushed strollers and teenagers walked with friends as the community mourns the death of 13-year-old Adam Toledo.
In light of the fatal shooting of Adam Toledo, a group pushing for civilian oversight of CPD weighs in on what needs to change in Chicago.
“My heart goes out to his mother and his family,” said Ald. Michael Rodriguez. “We’re wrapping our arms around their family right now.“
The release of bodycam footage from the police shooting of 13-year-old Adam Toledo has especially traumatized many in Chicago’s Latino community.
George Floyd. Daunte Wright. Adam Toledo. Two men and one boy — all killed by police — dominate the headlines. How do we change the system?
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To say that Asian Americans are the ideal immigrant success story could not be further from the truth.
Low-income residents spend 16% of their money on transportation, compared to 6% for high-income households.
Civil rights complaints filed by the National Immigrant Justice Center allege detainees have been denied COVID-19 tests and routine medical care.
“Both communities have been victims of economic apartheid, economic gerrymandering,” said the Rev. Otis Moss III.