United Nations to hear activists’ report on alleged abuse by Chicago police

Read more black newsDNAinfo Chicago – Activists fed up with the treatment of “young black and brown people” by police are headed to the United Nations in Switzerland to make a case for the international group’s intervention in an unlikely place — Chicago.

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