Blacks Complain About Chicago Chief Selection

Print More,1,7528113.story?coll=chi-news-hed Race is looming as a major issue in the selection of Chicago’s new police superintendent, the Chicago Tribune reports. The Rev. Jesse Jackson and other black activists criticized a process that produced two whites and one Hispanic, but no African-Americans, among the three candidates presented by the Chicago Police Board to Mayor Richard Daley.
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