Mexican community celebrates independence
September 10, 2011 (CHICAGO) (WLS) -- Chicago's Mexican community celebrated the 201st anniversary of Mexico's independence Saturday morning.The Mexican Independence Parade kicked off at Columbus Drive, and many elected officials were on hand to celebrate.
This year's parade featured a performance from the military marching band from the state of Durango, Mexico. Folk dancers and bands from area schools also performed.
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