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Linda Hudson, Candidate for 8th Ward Alderman Shares Thoughts with SOUL at Trinity Church

On Sunday, January 14, we celebrated Dr. King's legacy and examined how we understand and live out his vision today through justice, faith, and power.

We will be lifting up the issues in our community, demanding our city and state officials stand with us on criminal justice reform, protecting and restoring our young people, ensuring economic equity in communities of color, and re-establishing our covenant and commitment to fight for the rights of those returning home from incarceration. Additionally, we will be looking to the future of a New Poor People’s Campaign, a fight for human rights and dignity for working class people.

Join us for this historic day of worship and action in partnership with Trinity United Church of Christ, BlackRoots Alliance, Action Now Institute, Workers Center for Racial Justice, A Just Harvest, SEIU Heathcare Illinois& Indiana and more!

Paid for by Friends of Linda Hudson.  A copy of our report filed with the State Board of Elections is (or will be) available on the Board’s Official website ( or for purchase from the

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