After a drawn out battle, a coalition of protesters is poised to get a legal permit from the city to march against the NATO summit on May 20.
Iosbaker, an organizer at the Coalition Against NATO/G8 War &
Poverty Agenda, or CANG8, says that the Chicago Department of
Transportation has conditionally agreed to a proposal by CANG8 to start a
march May 20 at the Petrillo Band Shell in Grant Park and end at the
McCormick Place convention center, the site of the two-day NATO summit.