Chicago Teachers March in Solidarity with International Socialists

On day two of the Chicago Teachers Union strikes, thousands of the highest-paid teachers in the country once again occupied the streets, causing a traffic nightmare for the taxpaying—and working—residents of Chicago.

Teachers proudly marched in solidarity with the International Socialists Organization, Occupy Chicago, and dozens of other far left-wing radical organizations. When asked how helpful Occupy Chicago has been in organizing the protests, Chicago Teachers Union President Karen Lewis told EAGNews, “…I haven’t really been working with the organizing side…but I’m sure it’s been good.”



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