Chicago Freedom School issued cease and desist for offering rides, feeding protesters

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Thousands of people gather for the Chicago March for Justice in honor of George Floyd at Chicago’s Union Park Saturday, June 6, 2020, in Chicago. Demonstrators who gathered at Union Park marched through the city’s West Side on Saturday afternoon, as the city prepared for another weekend of rallies. (AP Photo/Nam Y. Huh)

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Chicago Freedom School Interim Executive Director Dr. Keisha Farmer-Smith joins John Williams to explain why the school was given a cease and desist order for arranging transportation and food for tired protesters over the weekend.

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