Chicago Tonight

MLK Once Called it Home. How North Lawndale is Coping Today

Clip: 06/08/2020 | 5m 25s | Video has closed captioning.

Chicago is an important city in the history of segregation, race relations and civil rights. In 1966, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. came to Chicago to protest against discriminatory housing practices, and he settled in the West Side neighborhood of North Lawndale. Paris Schutz has this report from the community.

Aired: 06/08/20

Rating: NR

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