Here are the 4 groups of @CTULocal1 members preparing to march to City Hall.— Sarah Jindra (@SarahJindra) October 23, 2019
311 S Wacker Park (Jackson/Wacker)
Swisshotel (near Wacker/Columbus)
D’Angelo Park (Harrison/Franklin)
Millennium Park (Randolph/Michigan) pic.twitter.com/jetSOHWlFU
CTU also announced Tuesday night that picket lines are being suspended. On Wednesday at 8 a.m., thousands of teachers converged on downtown Chicago Wednesday at 8 a.m. Police are urged commuters to use the CTA instead of driving in the Loop. CTU officials addressed the media ahead of the rally.
As of 4 p.m., CTU has not scheduled a House of Delegates vote, which would be necessary to end their strike. As a result, it will not be possible to hold classes tomorrow, Wednesday, 10/23. After school activities will not be available. https://t.co/q0nQPR7VLL pic.twitter.com/dVAyYhTKtD— ChicagoPublicSchools (@ChiPubSchools) October 22, 2019
To help you plan your commute this morning, here is more detail on planned staging areas and events for this morning's rally Please consider using @CTA and avoid driving in the Loop. A contingent of #ChicagoPolice officers will be sent to help everyone navigate & stay safe. pic.twitter.com/phpysN0Msh— Anthony Guglielmi (@AJGuglielmi) October 23, 2019