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  • Activists walk past the county building, Wednesday, May 16, 2012, in Chicago during a rally and march protesting foreclosures and evictions. Dozens took part in the protest, one of the many leading up to this weekend's NATO summit where delegations from about 60 countries, including 50 heads of state, are expected to attend. The protest ended without any arrests.

      Activists walk past the county building, Wednesday, May 16, 2012, in Chicago during a rally and march protesting foreclosures and evictions. Dozens took part in the protest, one of the many leading up to this weekend's NATO summit where delegations from about 60 countries, including 50 heads of state, are expected to attend. The protest ended without any arrests.
    Associated PRess

  • Activists march through Chicago's financial district, protesting foreclosures and evictions Wednesday, May 16, 2012. Dozens took part in the march, one of the many leading up to this weekend's NATO summit where delegations from about 60 countries, including 50 heads of state, are expected to attend. The march ended without any arrests.

      Activists march through Chicago's financial district, protesting foreclosures and evictions Wednesday, May 16, 2012. Dozens took part in the march, one of the many leading up to this weekend's NATO summit where delegations from about 60 countries, including 50 heads of state, are expected to attend. The march ended without any arrests.
    Associated PRess

  • Loren Taylor pretends to set up house outside a branch of Citibank Wednesday, May 16, 2012, in Chicago during a protest by activists against foreclosures and evictions. Dozens took part in the protest, one of the many leading up to this weekend's NATO summit where delegations from about 60 countries, including 50 heads of state, are expected to attend. The protest ended without any arrests.

      Loren Taylor pretends to set up house outside a branch of Citibank Wednesday, May 16, 2012, in Chicago during a protest by activists against foreclosures and evictions. Dozens took part in the protest, one of the many leading up to this weekend's NATO summit where delegations from about 60 countries, including 50 heads of state, are expected to attend. The protest ended without any arrests.
    Associated PRess

  • Occupy Chicago demonstrators take off into downtown streets, trying to block traffic following a march at the Federal Immigration Court building Tuesday, May 15, 2012, in Chicago. Dozens picketed Tuesday, one of many protests planned in the days leading up to the NATO summit. The gathering of heads of state begins this weekend.

      Occupy Chicago demonstrators take off into downtown streets, trying to block traffic following a march at the Federal Immigration Court building Tuesday, May 15, 2012, in Chicago. Dozens picketed Tuesday, one of many protests planned in the days leading up to the NATO summit. The gathering of heads of state begins this weekend.
    Associated PRess

  • Occupy Chicago demonstrators take off into downtown streets, trying to block traffic following a march at the Federal Immigration Court building Tuesday, May 15, 2012, in Chicago. Dozens picketed Tuesday, one of many protests planned in the days leading up to the NATO summit. The gathering of heads of state begins this weekend.

      Occupy Chicago demonstrators take off into downtown streets, trying to block traffic following a march at the Federal Immigration Court building Tuesday, May 15, 2012, in Chicago. Dozens picketed Tuesday, one of many protests planned in the days leading up to the NATO summit. The gathering of heads of state begins this weekend.
    Associated PRess

  • Police officers take Rev. Jose Landaverde and Emma Lozano into custody outside the entrance to the federal Immigration Court building Tuesday, May 15, 2012, in Chicago. Dozens picketed Tuesday, one of many protests planned in the days leading up to the NATO summit. The gathering of heads of state begins this weekend.

      Police officers take Rev. Jose Landaverde and Emma Lozano into custody outside the entrance to the federal Immigration Court building Tuesday, May 15, 2012, in Chicago. Dozens picketed Tuesday, one of many protests planned in the days leading up to the NATO summit. The gathering of heads of state begins this weekend.
    Associated PRess

  • Crystal Vance Guerra, from right, Emma Lozano and Rev. Jose Landaverde sit in front of the entrance to the federal Immigration Court building Tuesday, May 15, 2012, in Chicago. Lozano and Landaverde were later handcuffed and taken to custody. Dozens picketed Tuesday, one of many protests planned in the days leading up to the NATO summit. The gathering of heads of state begins this weekend.

      Crystal Vance Guerra, from right, Emma Lozano and Rev. Jose Landaverde sit in front of the entrance to the federal Immigration Court building Tuesday, May 15, 2012, in Chicago. Lozano and Landaverde were later handcuffed and taken to custody. Dozens picketed Tuesday, one of many protests planned in the days leading up to the NATO summit. The gathering of heads of state begins this weekend.
    Associated PRess

  • Protesters gather in front of a federal Immigration Court building Tuesday, May 15, 2012, in Chicago. Dozens picketed Tuesday, one of many protests planned in the days leading up to the NATO summit. The gathering of heads of state begins this weekend.

      Protesters gather in front of a federal Immigration Court building Tuesday, May 15, 2012, in Chicago. Dozens picketed Tuesday, one of many protests planned in the days leading up to the NATO summit. The gathering of heads of state begins this weekend.
    Associated PRess

  • Chicago police officers take a protester into custody, as Occupy Chicago demonstrators took off into downtown streets, trying to block traffic following a march at the federal Immigration Court building Tuesday, May 15, 2012, in Chicago. Dozens picketed Tuesday, one of many protests planned in the days leading up to the NATO summit. The gathering of heads of state begins this weekend.

      Chicago police officers take a protester into custody, as Occupy Chicago demonstrators took off into downtown streets, trying to block traffic following a march at the federal Immigration Court building Tuesday, May 15, 2012, in Chicago. Dozens picketed Tuesday, one of many protests planned in the days leading up to the NATO summit. The gathering of heads of state begins this weekend.
    Associated PRess

  • Chicago police officers take a protester into custody, as Occupy Chicago demonstrators took off into downtown streets, trying to block traffic following a march at the federal Immigration Court building Tuesday, May 15, 2012, in Chicago. Dozens picketed Tuesday, one of many protests planned in the days leading up to the NATO summit. The gathering of heads of state begins this weekend.

      Chicago police officers take a protester into custody, as Occupy Chicago demonstrators took off into downtown streets, trying to block traffic following a march at the federal Immigration Court building Tuesday, May 15, 2012, in Chicago. Dozens picketed Tuesday, one of many protests planned in the days leading up to the NATO summit. The gathering of heads of state begins this weekend.
    Associated PRess

  • Rev. Jose Landaverde, center, and Emma Lozano, left, lead a march and protest in front of the federal Immigration Court building Tuesday, May 15, 2012, in Chicago. Dozens picketed Tuesday, one of many protests planned in the days leading up to the NATO summit. The gathering of heads of state begins this weekend.

      Rev. Jose Landaverde, center, and Emma Lozano, left, lead a march and protest in front of the federal Immigration Court building Tuesday, May 15, 2012, in Chicago. Dozens picketed Tuesday, one of many protests planned in the days leading up to the NATO summit. The gathering of heads of state begins this weekend.
    Associated PRess

  • Protesters chant during a demonstration outside the federal Immigration Court building Tuesday, May 15, 2012, in Chicago. Dozens picketed Tuesday, one of many protests planned in the days leading up to the NATO summit. The gathering of heads of state begins this weekend.

      Protesters chant during a demonstration outside the federal Immigration Court building Tuesday, May 15, 2012, in Chicago. Dozens picketed Tuesday, one of many protests planned in the days leading up to the NATO summit. The gathering of heads of state begins this weekend.
    Associated PRess

  • A protester yells at a Chicago police officer during a demonstration outside the federal Immigration Court building Tuesday, May 15, 2012, in Chicago. Dozens picketed Tuesday, one of many protests planned in the days leading up to the NATO summit. The gathering of heads of state begins this weekend.

      A protester yells at a Chicago police officer during a demonstration outside the federal Immigration Court building Tuesday, May 15, 2012, in Chicago. Dozens picketed Tuesday, one of many protests planned in the days leading up to the NATO summit. The gathering of heads of state begins this weekend.
    Associated PRess

 

Protesters and activists fill the streets of Chicago leading up to this weekend's NATO summit where delegations from about 60 countries will be in Chicago.

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