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Program Information
Frank Chapman,Rasmea Odeh,Veronica Morris-Moore, LaCreshia Birts,Eric Koene
 Dale Lehman/WZRD  Contact Contributor
Program honored Black youth organizations that have been leading the struggle in Chicago for police accountability and
accessible trauma care on the South Side where University of
Chicago Hospital shut down its heavily used trauma unit.
Fearless Leading by Youth (FLY) took on that campaign when
one of its leaders, shot in a gang cross-fire just three blocks
from the University of Chicago Hospital, died due to the time it took to reach the nearest trauma unit, some 20 minutes away, downtown.

Long time organizer in the Black Power movement, Frank Chapman accesses the times in light of the Liquann Daniels murder and the popularity of Bernie Sanders.

Rasmea Odeh, long time Palestinian human rights activist, gives the key note. Her inability to do so last year is explained.

Workers on strike at the Kolher Plumbing factory in Wisconsin, represented by Eric Koene who provides a strike update about the first class based labor strike in 50 years, receive a solidarity award.
Fight Back News
Freedom Road Socialist Organization
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00:55:52 1 Dec. 5, 2015
Trinity Church, Chicago, IL
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