A reminder of ‘whose neighborhoods I was defending’
In 2005, Richard C. Gleason II was a newly sworn-in Cook County assistant state’s attorney. Afraid he would become jaded if his only interaction with Chicago’s communities came in court, he sought a different way to get involved.“My thought at the time was that I wanted to know these neighborhoods not just through crimes committed by their worst actors, but also through the good works of their best actors …
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