04/27/2009 05:12 am ET Updated May 25, 2011

Another Chicago Olympics Protest Planned For IOC Visit

[R]ecent stories suggesting that city officials and South Side activists had agreed on a community benefits agreement that would guarantee jobs and affordable housing as part of the potential 2016 Olympics bonanza were a bit premature. Knowing that the aldermen pushing the proposal were facing pressure from "higher up," Jay Travis of the Kenwood-Oakland Community Organization pointed out that the agreement touted yesterday was not legally binding and expressed concern that it might stay that way.

It looks like she was right. And as a result, her organization is gearing up to protest during the International Olympic Committee's upcoming visit.

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