It’s early days for Chicago’s new prime cop Larry Snelling and we don’t know a lot about him, however it was laborious to disregard what he stated – and what he didn’t – in his introduction as the town’s new superintendent.
Absent was the everyday victimization message that Chicago management promotes time and again.
Instead, Snelling – from Englewood and a product of the Chicago Public Schools – supplied a message of inspiration to the various Chicagoans that face main life challenges.
He emphasised that success is feasible with “hard work, dedication and continuous education.”
Skeptics in social media say that he’ll should backtrack – that there’s no method that sort of message can stand in a Mayor Johnson administration. We’ll see.
But within the meantime, kudos to Snelling for standing behind the values of benefit, competence and achievement.