Source: Evelyn Holmes / ABC 7 Chicago
CHICAGO — The Reverend Al Sharpton preaches in Chicago Sunday and talks about his plans to make weekly visits to Chicago to help combat violence in the city.
He says it’s to put a spotlight on gun violence plaguing the city. He’s going to have a roommate too.
Sharpton says he’s coming to town to help, not to take over the effort to curb Chicago’s gun violence.
Next week, the civil rights activist, along with the son of slain civil rights icon Martin Luther King Jr. will become the West Side’s newest high profile residents.
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