Chicago Freedom Movement

Fulfilling the Dream

May 1967

In late May 1967, Martin Luther King returned to Chicago as the Leadership Council for Metropolitan Open Communities unveiled “Project: Good Neighbor.” King said that “If this progress continues, I see no need for further demonstrations.” At that point, he essentially declared that the Chicago Freedom Movement had come to an end.

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