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Chicago's Youngest Protesters Raise Their Voice At Women's March Chicago

Marchers carried their children, pushed them in strollers and held their hands Downtown Saturday.

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Some poked fun at President Donald Trump or tried to motivate march-goers.

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It was reportedly the third largest march of its kind in the country Saturday, organizers said.

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There were times when Chicago's Inauguration Day protests weren't so peaceful. 

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The congressman volunteered Friday instead of attending Donald Trump's inauguration.

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Police are "looking into" the car, which was parked near Daley Plaza Friday.

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Shawn Whirl was released in 2015 after serving 25 years in prison.

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"What better place to celebrate than Trump Tower if you can't make it to D.C.?" said one Trump fan.

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One protester shattered windows of a Michigan Avenue bank and others flipped over trash cans. 

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Faculty worried Trump as president will cut research funding and will curtail academic freedom.

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Annie and Amy Blagojevich's pleas to the president to pardon their father went unheeded.

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The first-of-its-kind effort will help prepare Chicago students for thousands of cyber security jobs.

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The Obamas will take a break and then start raising money for the library's endowment.

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His immigrant grandfather drove a city bus and his uncle was a Chicago cop.

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