Flying the flag: Oak Park and River Forest High School grad Sarah Sugimoto, 19, says she wants to send a message that discrimination is not welcome in Oak Park. | WILLIAM CAMARGO/Staff Photographer
Flying the flag: Residents of the 600 block of Fair Oaks are flying rainbow flags and displaying anti-hate yard signs to make a statement about the 'hateful policies' of Pres. Donald Trump. Oak Park and River Forest High School grad Sarah Sugimoto, 19, said she wants to send a message that discrimination is not welcome in Oak Park. | WILLIAM CAMARGO/Staff Photographer
Sending a message: Sarah Sugimoto (above left) distributed flags and anti-hate posters to her neighbors to show solidarity with LGBTQ people, immigrants and others she says have been targeted for discrimination by the Trump Administration. | WILLIAM CAMARGO/Staff Photographer
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