A 'Chinga la Migra' Sign Was Placed on a Chicago Overpass the Morning of Inauguration

'Chinga la Migra' Sign Found Over a Chicago Overpass on Morning of Inauguration

Before Donald Trump was even sworn in as President of the United States on Friday, young Chicago activists were already ahead of the game. 

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A banner, reading "Chinga La Migra," was found hanging on a West Side overpass in Chicago. The sign was undoubtedly in accordance with an anti-immigration police sentiment that was very much alive in the Midwest city and other cities around the country today due to the inauguration. 

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According to the Chicagoist, original tweet was sent out by a group advocating for a student walkout scheduled for 10 a.m. with a meet-up in Wicker Park.