Several thousand people marching in support of the undocumented took to the streets in Chicago today in numbers much smaller than the marches in the spring, according to this article in the Chicago Tribune
. The huge dropoff in numbers is credited to the heat, different organizational structure of the rally, and, according to one marcher quoted in this article, a fear of reprisals like the mass firings of people who marched in May from businesses around the country.
Here's another quick take on it, from the AP via The Washington Post
. Not much more than a few quick mentions on this march in the major media outlets, it seems.Immigration