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Chicago's Mexican Independence Day Parade
Chicago's Mexican Independence Day Parade

Celebrating Mexican Independence Day in Chicago

This year is the first that Chicago’s parade falls on the holiday date.


Independence for Mexico was a long and tumultuous journey, but Mexicans celebrate the start of that fight on September 16.

Reset learns more about the history of the holiday and how Chicagoans can celebrate this weekend around the city.

GUEST: Jennifer Aguilar, executive director, Little Village Chamber Of Commerce

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