“We marched on to Michigan Ave and tried to shut that down and we thought to do that with the breakfast. There is no way we’re going to eat breakfast with a man that tried to cover up.”
“We’re going to continue to keep the pressure on. In Chicago you have different Chicagos. You have the North Side and the South Side. Resources are being poured into one and not the other so we’re going to keep the pressure on.”
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