The angry people refusing the closure of two Taget stores in Chicago’s south are still protesting to cancel the closure.

The story started when the Giant retailer announced that it is closing its two stores in Chatham and Morgan Park in February due to their underperformance. People believe that the retailer is abandoning the place and it is unfair leaving the area, especially when knowing that there is no other alternative.

Robby L. Rush the leader of this movement has spoken to the local press and said they are moving to the road if Target is still determining to leave the location.

Protestors have gathered today at the back door of the store after knowing that the retailer is just gathering the maximum amount of money before leaving.

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