Chicago turns out to witness Obama's inaugural
CHICAGO (AP) — President Barack Obama's hometown is showing support as the president inauguration gets under way.
Hundreds are gathered at Chicago's DuSable Museum of African American History for a live screening of the ceremony in Washington.
Museum CEO Carol Adams says "today is proof positive that history is still being made." And 15-year-old Alana Green says it's nice that the president is from "the same place that we came from." The teenager says Obama is "a pretty good president."
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