Chicago’s Pullman district to be made a national monument


Previously recorded: President Obama delivers remarks at the dedication of Pullman National Monument in Chicago. Pullman is one of the country's first "company towns,” dating back to the 1880s, and was the scene of a long, deadly workers strike. After today’s event, President Obama will have established or expanded a total of 16 national monuments and protected more than 260 million acres of public lands and waters, more than any of his predecessors.