The Rev. Tim Yeager, background in gray jacket, leads a group singing the union song "Solidarity" during a rally Saturday at the monument honoring 10 steelworkers killed by police during a Memorial Day 1937 strike. The monument is on Avenue O in South Chicago.
With the 10 names of those who were killed on Memorial Day 1937 in the background, United Steelworkers District 7 Director James Robinson addresses a memorial rally Saturday at Washington High School in South Chicago. "When I grew up, being a union member was a right," he said.
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