A woman holds a sign during a rally outside 46th Ward Alderman Cappleman’s office in Uptown. Photo by Lucio Villa. SRO residents gathered at an empty lot after marching in Uptown. Photo by Lucio Villa. SRO residents pick up a candle as they make their way toward Ald. James Cappleman’s house to demand he preserve affordable housing. Photo by Lucio Villa. A fake casket was carried during the march toward Ald. James Cappleman’s house to represent the death of diversity of the 46th Ward. Photo by Lucio Villa. Community members of the 46th Ward marched from Ald. James Cappleman’s office to his Uptown home. They urged him to fight to keep open three area public schools that are slated to close, preserve affordable housing and support anti-violence measures. Photo by Lucio Villa. A man holds up a flower in front of the residence of Ald. James Cappleman during a march, calling for more diversity in the 46th Ward. Photo by Lucio Villa. More Reads by TCRAffordable housing on the North Side? Aldermen hold the keysMarch 13, 2014In "Housing"Debating affordable housing in Chicago: an alderman and an advocate talk it outJanuary 17, 2014In "Housing"Another Measure Of Urban Removal In Uptown Is UnderwaySeptember 21, 2021In "Housing"