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Marches against violence, image 110
Marches against violence, image 110
TitleMarches against violence, image 110
PhotographerPerez, Antonio
DateOctober 22, 2000
ISO Date2000-10-22
Project LocationLoop (Chicago, Ill.)
Edgewater (Chicago, Ill.)
West Town (Chicago, Ill.)
East Side (Chicago, Ill.)
Andersonville (Chicago, Ill.)
Project Number808
Project TitleAgainst Violence
Original Sleeve TitleSheila Aguilera (Daughter Killed)
Sleeve CaptionDifferent marches against different kinds of violence, including:

Sixth annual Light Up the Lakefront celebration, which will start Domestic Violence Awareness Month. The Friends of Battered Women and Their Children, with the help of volunteers, lit candles in paper bags to commemorate the lives of women who died in the past year as a result of domestic violence. -- 10/1

a rally against hand gun violence. -- 10/2
------Kluczynski Federal Building, 230 S. Dearborn.

march against domestic violence -- 9/17

Michael Buck, shooting victim, 6700 South Shore Drive, 12/23

Jose Alvarez, shooting victim, in rehabilitation at Schwab Rehabilitation Clinic, 1401 S. California, 12/20/00 (773) 522-2010
----Edgewater, Uptown and Rogers park communities. The march began at the Women and Children First Bookstore at 5233 N. Clark.

Portrait of pro-gun Chris Morley - 10/29
-----Roof of the offices of CITY 2000, 312 N. May, West Town

Portrait of Sheila Aguilera - 10/29
-----Lost daughter to violence, 10600 block of South Ewing, East Side

Gay and Lesbian anti-violence march, 10/28
------The rally began at 1:30 p.m., in the south parking lot of Amundsen High School in Andersonville. The march ended in the Ebenezer Lutheran church,

--10/22 - Sheila Agulero, with photo of her daughter Martha who was a victim gun shot. (on east side)
Note[title assigned by UIC Library staff from sleeve caption]
TypeImage
FormPhotographs
MediumColor
Film Size35 mm
SponsorshipFunded through the support of the Comer Foundation.
HostUniversity of Illinois at Chicago. Library.
CollectionComer Archive of Chicago in the Year 2000 (University of Illinois at Chicago)
RepositoryUniversity of Illinois at Chicago. Library. Special Collections and University Archives.
CitationCite as [Creator]. [Title], [Identifier]. Comer Archive of Chicago in the Year 2000 (University of Illinois at Chicago).
RightsContact photographer for use rights.
Identifier38198100123965_09
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