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In much of the country, this was the first week of school in some Chicago neighborhoods, the walk to school can be very dangerous. Dean Reynolds tells us about a program that allows those children safe passage in the city's bloodiest neighborhood. On a street corner all by herself, Rayvelle Thompson stands guard. I look for people, facial expressions and body language, you know, things like that. Come you guys. This mother of four is one of some thirteen hundred unarmed workers providing safe pa...
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