Chicago Protesters: 'We're Here To Ask For Justice'
Newsy caught up with protesters who marched on Chicago's Magnificent Mile in response to the fatal police shooting of Laquan McDonald.By Elizabeth Hagedorn | November 27, 2015
"We're marching ultimately for the black community to have the authority in our own neighborhoods. That's black self-determination. We're calling for black community control of the police."
"The city, from what we can tell, covered up basically a murder, for either political gains or what have you. And that's wrong. And people need to stand up and say that. And we need to see real change happen."
"You want to see the change, and understand that we are all God's children and that at the end of the day, we all deserve that chance to live, all deserve that chance to provide for our families."