Hundreds of protestors marched for hours through Homewood and Flossmoor in 90-degree heat on Tuesday evening to voice their dismay about recent police killings and express support for positive change.
After assembling at Irwin Park on Ridge Road around 5 p.m., the group extemporaneously started marching shortly before 6 p.m.
Flanked by police from both villages, the throng of protestors marched in roadways and prevented the normal flow of traffic along their route.
They held up signs expressing anger and pleading for change, while constantly chanting as they . . .
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