Breast-feeding protest in downtown DeKalb

Gina Crosley-Corcoran, of Lombard, holding 6-week-old daughter Jolene, gets into a shouting argument about the right to breast-feed in public, with the owner of a resale shop on Thursday in DeKalb. About 40 <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="HHA0000091" title="Breastfeeding (INACTIVE)" href="/topic/health/breastfeeding-%28inactive%29-HHA0000091.topic">breast-feeding</a> mothers and their babies gathered outside No Strings Attached resale shop to protest and breast feed.The mothers, many children and supporters said the shop owned asked that a mother not breast feed in her daughter in the store. <a href="http://www.chicagobreakingnews.com/news/local/chibrknews-nursein-protest-in-downtown-dekalb-20110602,0,2784509.story" target="new">Read more&nbsp;&#62;&#62;</a>
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( Chuck Berman, Chicago Tribune / June 2, 2011 )

Gina Crosley-Corcoran, of Lombard, holding 6-week-old daughter Jolene, gets into a shouting argument about the right to breast-feed in public, with the owner of a resale shop on Thursday in DeKalb. About 40 breast-feeding mothers and their babies gathered outside No Strings Attached resale shop to protest and breast feed.The mothers, many children and supporters said the shop owned asked that a mother not breast feed in her daughter in the store. Read more >>

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