Harold Lee Washington (April 1922 – November was an American lawyer, politician and elected in 1983 as the Mayor of Chicago. He was the first African-American Mayor of Chicago, serving from April 1983 until his death on November
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Paul Vallas “Might” Want to Be Mayor of Chicago. Tell Him No.
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I’ll tell you, friends, the current round of CPS school closures and snatchings is going to show where our new CEO stands. Will she listen to her constituents or march in lockstep with the mayor? Janice Jackson’s publicly proclaimed priorities reflect her roles as CPS alum, teacher, principal, and parent. Rahm’s priorities for the district,... <a href="http://www.chicagonow.com/chicago-public-fools/2018/01/an-act-of-prej...
Has accused 8 Citadel cadets of dressing like Klansmen. They said the cadets were dressing as Ghosts of Pasts. Maybe they were maybe they were not, but until Sharpton can prove definitely that they were he should mind his own shit.
Woman was on the phone being interviewed for a job and this guy (mayor of Chicago) randomly grabbed her phone to put in a good word.
Mayor Harold Washington with Father Clements as Holy Angels burns in the background in Chicago, 1986
Thirty years after Harold Washington’s death, a newly unearthed trove of documents reveals the early stages of his transformation into the insurgent who’d become the first (and still only) black man elected mayor of Chicago.
25 year Anniversary of the Chicago Vietnam Veterans Welcome Home Parade that took place in June of 1986 - Jane Byrne Should Be Acknowlegded