Immigration advocates march for reform
October 12, 2013 (CHICAGO) (WLS) -- Thousands of people participated in a march Saturday for immigration reform.
The "March for Dignity and Respect for Immigrant Families" began at Teamsters' City at 300 South Ashland.
Marchers worked their way to Daley Plaza for a rally.
The event was part of a nationwide campaign.
Participants want the government to halt deportations and pass a reform bill that contains a path to citizenship.
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