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'The attack on the working people of Chicago and the country — school closings, high rates of unemployment, evictions and foreclosures, mass incarceration of our youth, lack of access to affordable health care and clinics — highlights the structural racism in our society. We are marching for Trayvon, for jobs, for schools, for health care, for justice and for dignity.'

Statement of Chicago Teachers Union
annoucing it will send a bus to the
August 24  50th Anniversary March
on Washington