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Chicago Teachers Union President Karen Lewis rallied thousands by saying Gov. Rauner "can't stop us."

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Teachers are on a one-day strike, and other groups joined to try to "shut it down" across the city.

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Gov. Bruce Rauner is being painted as the villain during this strike.

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Fast-food workers and SEIU Healthcare Illinois made plans for Friday's strike and protests.

Edgebrook »

A letter, signed by 27 Edgebrook teachers, was sent to parents Tuesday.

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Chicago Public Schools set up a page to help parents find spots for their kids on Friday.

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Protests across the city are expected to converge at the Thompson Center Downtown at 4 p.m.

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The NEIU community is joining Friday's day of action to protest the "death" of higher education funding.

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SEIU Healthcare Illinois and various college faculties committed to support the Chicago Teachers Union.

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Teachers called on CPS CEO Forrest Claypool to "join them in this courageous day of action" next Friday.

Hyde Park »

Neighborhood institutions have set up day camps for Friday's CPS furlough day and April 1.

Armour Square »

"We are dying the death by 1,000 cuts," said Chicago Teachers Union President Karen Lewis.

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The Chicago Teachers Union will hold a news conference after its House of Delegates meeting Wednesday.

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The Chicago Teachers Union mulled what its announced "day of action" that day would actually involve.

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The union asked "all concerned Chicago citizens" to "withhold your labor" and boycott classes April 1.