CHICAGO (WLS) -- A group supporting the swastika campaigned at Taste of Chicago Saturday when a plane flew overhead carrying the controversial symbol.
The group also handed out flyers near Buckingham Fountain. Saturday is the sixth annual "Swastika Rehabilitation Day."
The swastika is a sacred religious symbol for Hinduism and Buddhism.
The group says they're trying to restore that meaning, separate of its association with Nazis in World War II.
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