Chicago Today: Moments of Silence

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  1. Thank you! I feel that it’s essential to state a clear distinction between the looters and the protesters who stand for human rights. More people want things to get on the right track, than otherwise. I have pictures which my older son took during the cleanup effort; I will post them later today. My dear friend messaged to me in the beginning of protests: Let’s stand in solidarity! And I am immensely thankful to the people who are, al over the world.

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