Marchers carried their children, pushed them in strollers and held their hands Downtown Saturday.
Some poked fun at President Donald Trump or tried to motivate march-goers.
It was reportedly the third largest march of its kind in the country Saturday, organizers said.
There were times when Chicago's Inauguration Day protests weren't so peaceful.
The congressman volunteered Friday instead of attending Donald Trump's inauguration.
Police are "looking into" the car, which was parked near Daley Plaza Friday.
Shawn Whirl was released in 2015 after serving 25 years in prison.
"What better place to celebrate than Trump Tower if you can't make it to D.C.?" said one Trump fan.
One protester shattered windows of a Michigan Avenue bank and others flipped over trash cans.
Faculty worried Trump as president will cut research funding and will curtail academic freedom.
Annie and Amy Blagojevich's pleas to the president to pardon their father went unheeded.
The first-of-its-kind effort will help prepare Chicago students for thousands of cyber security jobs.
The Obamas will take a break and then start raising money for the library's endowment.
His immigrant grandfather drove a city bus and his uncle was a Chicago cop.
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