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Hundreds of thousands of New Yorkers attended the Women's March in New York City on the one year anniversary of Donald Trump's innauguration, Jan.20, 2018. Group of men wearing pink, pusshats at Columbus Circle. ©Ethel Wolvovitz /The Image Works
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Hundreds of thousands of New Yorkers attended the Women's March in New York City on the one year anniversary of Donald Trump's innauguration, Jan.20, 2018. Group of men wearing pink, pusshats at Columbus Circle. ©Ethel Wolvovitz /The Image Works
Detroit, Michigan - Surrounded by supporters, an immigrant family whose husband is facing deportation has taken sanctuary in a Detroit church. Ded Rranburgaj, 48 (at podium), his wife Flora, 44 (in wheelchair), and their two sons will live at Central United Methodist Church. Church pastor Rev. Jill Zundell said, "Donald Trump, if you want [this] family you will have to go through us." The family is originally from Albania, but has been in the U.S. for 17 years. The government has ordered Ded Rranburgaj deported by January 25. He is the primary caregiver for Flora Rranburgaj, who has multiple sclerosis. January 16 2018  © Jim West / The Image Works
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Detroit, Michigan - Surrounded by supporters, an immigrant family whose husband is facing deportation has taken sanctuary in a Detroit church. Ded Rranburgaj, 48 (at podium), his wife Flora, 44 (in wheelchair), and their two sons will live at Central United Methodist Church. Church pastor Rev. Jill Zundell said, "Donald Trump, if you want [this] family you will have to go through us." The family is originally from Albania, but has been in the U.S. for 17 years. The government has ordered Ded Rranburgaj deported by January 25. He is the primary caregiver for Flora Rranburgaj, who has multiple sclerosis.
January 16 2018 © Jim West / The Image Works
Detroit, Michigan - Surrounded by supporters, an immigrant family whose husband is facing deportation has taken sanctuary in a Detroit church. Ded Rranburgaj, 48 (at podium), his wife Flora, 44 (in wheelchair), and their two sons will live at Central United Methodist Church. Church pastor Rev. Jill Zundell said, "Donald Trump, if you want [this] family you will have to go through us." The family is originally from Albania, but has been in the U.S. for 17 years. The government has ordered Ded Rranburgaj deported by January 25. He is the primary caregiver for Flora Rranburgaj, who has multiple sclerosis.  January 16 2018 © Jim West / The Image Works
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Detroit, Michigan - Surrounded by supporters, an immigrant family whose husband is facing deportation has taken sanctuary in a Detroit church. Ded Rranburgaj, 48 (at podium), his wife Flora, 44 (in wheelchair), and their two sons will live at Central United Methodist Church. Church pastor Rev. Jill Zundell said, "Donald Trump, if you want [this] family you will have to go through us." The family is originally from Albania, but has been in the U.S. for 17 years. The government has ordered Ded Rranburgaj deported by January 25. He is the primary caregiver for Flora Rranburgaj, who has multiple sclerosis.
January 16 2018 © Jim West / The Image Works
Lansing, Michigan USA - 21 January 2018 - On the first anniversary of the Women's March in Washington which protested the inauguration of President Donald Trump, women marched in cities across the country encouraging women to vote for alternatives in the 2018 mid-term elections. Cindy Garcia, whose husband Jorge Garcia had been deported to Mexico a few days earlier after living in the U.S. for nearly 30 years, spoke to the Lansing rally. The couple's children were with her: Solieil, 15 (right) and Jorge Jr., 12 (partially visible). Cindy Garcia is a member of United Auto Workers Local 600.  © Jim West / The Image Works
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Lansing, Michigan USA - 21 January 2018 - On the first anniversary of the Women's March in Washington which protested the inauguration of President Donald Trump, women marched in cities across the country encouraging women to vote for alternatives in the 2018 mid-term elections. Cindy Garcia, whose husband Jorge Garcia had been deported to Mexico a few days earlier after living in the U.S. for nearly 30 years, spoke to the Lansing rally. The couple's children were with her: Solieil, 15 (right) and Jorge Jr., 12 (partially visible). Cindy Garcia is a member of United Auto Workers Local 600.
© Jim West / The Image Works
Rally Against Racism: Stand Up for Haiti and Africa in Times Square in NYC on Jan.15, 2018, Martin Luther King Day.  ©Ethel Wolvovitz /The Image Works
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Rally Against Racism: Stand Up for Haiti and Africa in Times Square in NYC on Jan.15, 2018, Martin Luther King Day. ©Ethel Wolvovitz /The Image Works
Rally Against Racism: Stand Up for Haiti and Africa in Times Square in NYC on Jan.15, 2018, Martin Luther King Day. Artist holds Emma Lazarus poem, "The New Colossus," which welcomes immigrants to America on The Statue of Liberty. ©Ethel Wolvovitz /The Image Works
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Rally Against Racism: Stand Up for Haiti and Africa in Times Square in NYC on Jan.15, 2018, Martin Luther King Day. Artist holds Emma Lazarus poem, "The New Colossus," which welcomes immigrants to America on The Statue of Liberty. ©Ethel Wolvovitz /The Image Works
Rally Against Racism: Stand Up for Haiti and Africa in Times Square in NYC on Jan.15, 2018, Martin Luther King Day.  ©Ethel Wolvovitz /The Image Works
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Rally Against Racism: Stand Up for Haiti and Africa in Times Square in NYC on Jan.15, 2018, Martin Luther King Day. ©Ethel Wolvovitz /The Image Works
Rally Against Racism: Stand Up for Haiti and Africa in Times Square in NYC on Jan.15, 2018, Martin Luther King Day.  ©Ethel Wolvovitz /The Image Works
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Rally Against Racism: Stand Up for Haiti and Africa in Times Square in NYC on Jan.15, 2018, Martin Luther King Day. ©Ethel Wolvovitz /The Image Works
Rally Against Racism: Stand Up for Haiti and Africa in Times Square in NYC on Jan.15, 2018, Martin Luther King Day.  ©Ethel Wolvovitz /The Image Works
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Rally Against Racism: Stand Up for Haiti and Africa in Times Square in NYC on Jan.15, 2018, Martin Luther King Day. ©Ethel Wolvovitz /The Image Works
Rally Against Racism: Stand Up for Haiti and Africa in Times Square in NYC on Jan.15, 2018, Martin Luther King Day.  ©Ethel Wolvovitz /The Image Works
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Rally Against Racism: Stand Up for Haiti and Africa in Times Square in NYC on Jan.15, 2018, Martin Luther King Day. ©Ethel Wolvovitz /The Image Works
Rally Against Racism: Stand Up for Haiti and Africa in Times Square in NYC on Jan.15, 2018, Martin Luther King Day.  ©Ethel Wolvovitz /The Image Works
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Rally Against Racism: Stand Up for Haiti and Africa in Times Square in NYC on Jan.15, 2018, Martin Luther King Day. ©Ethel Wolvovitz /The Image Works
Rally Against Racism: Stand Up for Haiti and Africa in Times Square in NYC on Jan.15, 2018, Martin Luther King Day.  ©Ethel Wolvovitz /The Image Works
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Rally Against Racism: Stand Up for Haiti and Africa in Times Square in NYC on Jan.15, 2018, Martin Luther King Day. ©Ethel Wolvovitz /The Image Works
Rally Against Racism: Stand Up for Haiti and Africa in Times Square in NYC on Jan.15, 2018, Martin Luther King Day.  ©Ethel Wolvovitz /The Image Works
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Rally Against Racism: Stand Up for Haiti and Africa in Times Square in NYC on Jan.15, 2018, Martin Luther King Day. ©Ethel Wolvovitz /The Image Works
Rally Against Racism: Stand Up for Haiti and Africa in Times Square in NYC on Jan.15, 2018, Martin Luther King Day.  ©Ethel Wolvovitz /The Image Works
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Rally Against Racism: Stand Up for Haiti and Africa in Times Square in NYC on Jan.15, 2018, Martin Luther King Day. ©Ethel Wolvovitz /The Image Works
Rally Against Racism: Stand Up for Haiti and Africa in Times Square in NYC on Jan.15, 2018, Martin Luther King Day.  ©Ethel Wolvovitz /The Image Works
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Rally Against Racism: Stand Up for Haiti and Africa in Times Square in NYC on Jan.15, 2018, Martin Luther King Day. ©Ethel Wolvovitz /The Image Works
Rally Against Racism: Stand Up for Haiti and Africa in Times Square in NYC on Jan.15, 2018, Martin Luther King Day.  ©Ethel Wolvovitz /The Image Works
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Rally Against Racism: Stand Up for Haiti and Africa in Times Square in NYC on Jan.15, 2018, Martin Luther King Day. ©Ethel Wolvovitz /The Image Works
Tampa, Florida, July 3, 2017:  Teen brothers, age 18 and age 15, pose for a portrait at their home. Their mother is being detained in Miami and awaits a deportation trial. The Brazil native was pulled over in Wesley Chapel for faulty tail lights, when they ran her through the system they discovered her expired visa.   ©Tampa Bay Times / Monica Herndon / The Image Works
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Tampa, Florida, July 3, 2017: Teen brothers, age 18 and age 15, pose for a portrait at their home. Their mother is being detained in Miami and awaits a deportation trial. The Brazil native was pulled over in Wesley Chapel for faulty tail lights, when they ran her through the system they discovered her expired visa. ©Tampa Bay Times / Monica Herndon / The Image Works
Honolulu, Hawaii. September 19, 1919. Chinese and Japanese youngsters in Junior Division American Red Cross Parade.     ©Atlas Archive / The Image Works
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Honolulu, Hawaii. September 19, 1919. Chinese and Japanese youngsters in Junior Division American Red Cross Parade. ©Atlas Archive / The Image Works
Honolulu, Hawaii. July 1918. Japanese and Chinese workers.    ©Atlas Archive / The Image Works
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Honolulu, Hawaii. July 1918. Japanese and Chinese workers. ©Atlas Archive / The Image Works
Hawaii. 1910s. Japanese workers on sisal plantation.   ©Atlas Archive / The Image Works
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Hawaii. 1910s. Japanese workers on sisal plantation. ©Atlas Archive / The Image Works
Hawaii. c. 1920. Scene on a pineapple plantation, with harvested pineapples.    ©Atlas Archive / The Image Works
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Hawaii. c. 1920. Scene on a pineapple plantation, with harvested pineapples. ©Atlas Archive / The Image Works
Boston , Massachusetts- December 6, 2017  Immigrants and allies, faith leaders, elected officials will rally at Faneuil Hall on Wednesday, December 6 at 4 p.m. in solidarity with the massive “DEFEND OUR IMMIGRANT FAMILIES” mobilization taking place the same day in Washington, D.C. The mobilization has inspired tens of thousands to descend on Washington with echo actions, rallies and events across the country. Motivated by the Trump administration’s ongoing attacks on immigrant families, thousands will demand that Congress make good on its promises to pass a clean Dream Act and protect Temporary Protected Status (TPS) beneficiaries before the end of the year. Local TPS holders and DACA recipients will be joined by local elected officials and community allies. The following organizations will be present and are co-sponsoring the event: SEIU 32BJ, Agencia Alpha, The American Civil Liberties Union of Massachusetts, American Friends Service Committee (AFSC), The American Muslim Center, Chelsea Collaborative, Chinese Progressive Association (CPA), Fight for $15 MA, Haitian Americans United, La Comunidad. Interfaith Worker Justice (IWJ), The Jewish Alliance for Law and Social Action (JALSA), Jobs with Justice (JwJ), Massachusetts Immigrant and Refugee Advocacy Coalition (MIRA), Massachusetts Communities Action Network (MCAN), Neighbor to Neighbor Massachusetts, The New England Jewish Labor Committee, The Unitarian Universalist Mass Action Network, SEIU 509 (Service Employees International Union), The Student Immigrant Movement (SIM), TPS Comité de MA and The Unitarian Universalist Service Committee.  © Marilyn Humphries / The Image Works
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Boston , Massachusetts- December 6, 2017
Immigrants and allies, faith leaders, elected officials will rally at Faneuil Hall on Wednesday, December 6 at 4 p.m. in solidarity with the massive “DEFEND OUR IMMIGRANT FAMILIES” mobilization taking place the same day in Washington, D.C. The mobilization has inspired tens of thousands to descend on Washington with echo actions, rallies and events across the country. Motivated by the Trump administration’s ongoing attacks on immigrant families, thousands will demand that Congress make good on its promises to pass a clean Dream Act and protect Temporary Protected Status (TPS) beneficiaries before the end of the year.
Local TPS holders and DACA recipients will be joined by local elected officials and community allies. The following organizations will be present and are co-sponsoring the event: SEIU 32BJ, Agencia Alpha, The American Civil Liberties Union of Massachusetts, American Friends Service Committee (AFSC), The American Muslim Center, Chelsea Collaborative, Chinese Progressive Association (CPA), Fight for $15 MA, Haitian Americans United, La Comunidad. Interfaith Worker Justice (IWJ), The Jewish Alliance for Law and Social Action (JALSA), Jobs with Justice (JwJ), Massachusetts Immigrant and Refugee Advocacy Coalition (MIRA), Massachusetts Communities Action Network (MCAN), Neighbor to Neighbor Massachusetts, The New England Jewish Labor Committee, The Unitarian Universalist Mass Action Network, SEIU 509 (Service Employees International Union), The Student Immigrant Movement (SIM), TPS Comité de MA and The Unitarian Universalist Service Committee.
© Marilyn Humphries / The Image Works
Boston , Massachusetts- December 6, 2017  Immigrants and allies, faith leaders, elected officials will rally at Faneuil Hall on Wednesday, December 6 at 4 p.m. in solidarity with the massive “DEFEND OUR IMMIGRANT FAMILIES” mobilization taking place the same day in Washington, D.C. The mobilization has inspired tens of thousands to descend on Washington with echo actions, rallies and events across the country. Motivated by the Trump administration’s ongoing attacks on immigrant families, thousands will demand that Congress make good on its promises to pass a clean Dream Act and protect Temporary Protected Status (TPS) beneficiaries before the end of the year. Local TPS holders and DACA recipients will be joined by local elected officials and community allies. The following organizations will be present and are co-sponsoring the event: SEIU 32BJ, Agencia Alpha, The American Civil Liberties Union of Massachusetts, American Friends Service Committee (AFSC), The American Muslim Center, Chelsea Collaborative, Chinese Progressive Association (CPA), Fight for $15 MA, Haitian Americans United, La Comunidad. Interfaith Worker Justice (IWJ), The Jewish Alliance for Law and Social Action (JALSA), Jobs with Justice (JwJ), Massachusetts Immigrant and Refugee Advocacy Coalition (MIRA), Massachusetts Communities Action Network (MCAN), Neighbor to Neighbor Massachusetts, The New England Jewish Labor Committee, The Unitarian Universalist Mass Action Network, SEIU 509 (Service Employees International Union), The Student Immigrant Movement (SIM), TPS Comité de MA and The Unitarian Universalist Service Committee.  © Marilyn Humphries / The Image Works
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Boston , Massachusetts- December 6, 2017
Immigrants and allies, faith leaders, elected officials will rally at Faneuil Hall on Wednesday, December 6 at 4 p.m. in solidarity with the massive “DEFEND OUR IMMIGRANT FAMILIES” mobilization taking place the same day in Washington, D.C. The mobilization has inspired tens of thousands to descend on Washington with echo actions, rallies and events across the country. Motivated by the Trump administration’s ongoing attacks on immigrant families, thousands will demand that Congress make good on its promises to pass a clean Dream Act and protect Temporary Protected Status (TPS) beneficiaries before the end of the year.
Local TPS holders and DACA recipients will be joined by local elected officials and community allies. The following organizations will be present and are co-sponsoring the event: SEIU 32BJ, Agencia Alpha, The American Civil Liberties Union of Massachusetts, American Friends Service Committee (AFSC), The American Muslim Center, Chelsea Collaborative, Chinese Progressive Association (CPA), Fight for $15 MA, Haitian Americans United, La Comunidad. Interfaith Worker Justice (IWJ), The Jewish Alliance for Law and Social Action (JALSA), Jobs with Justice (JwJ), Massachusetts Immigrant and Refugee Advocacy Coalition (MIRA), Massachusetts Communities Action Network (MCAN), Neighbor to Neighbor Massachusetts, The New England Jewish Labor Committee, The Unitarian Universalist Mass Action Network, SEIU 509 (Service Employees International Union), The Student Immigrant Movement (SIM), TPS Comité de MA and The Unitarian Universalist Service Committee.
© Marilyn Humphries / The Image Works
Boston , Massachusetts- December 6, 2017  Immigrants and allies, faith leaders, elected officials will rally at Faneuil Hall on Wednesday, December 6 at 4 p.m. in solidarity with the massive “DEFEND OUR IMMIGRANT FAMILIES” mobilization taking place the same day in Washington, D.C. The mobilization has inspired tens of thousands to descend on Washington with echo actions, rallies and events across the country. Motivated by the Trump administration’s ongoing attacks on immigrant families, thousands will demand that Congress make good on its promises to pass a clean Dream Act and protect Temporary Protected Status (TPS) beneficiaries before the end of the year. Local TPS holders and DACA recipients will be joined by local elected officials and community allies. The following organizations will be present and are co-sponsoring the event: SEIU 32BJ, Agencia Alpha, The American Civil Liberties Union of Massachusetts, American Friends Service Committee (AFSC), The American Muslim Center, Chelsea Collaborative, Chinese Progressive Association (CPA), Fight for $15 MA, Haitian Americans United, La Comunidad. Interfaith Worker Justice (IWJ), The Jewish Alliance for Law and Social Action (JALSA), Jobs with Justice (JwJ), Massachusetts Immigrant and Refugee Advocacy Coalition (MIRA), Massachusetts Communities Action Network (MCAN), Neighbor to Neighbor Massachusetts, The New England Jewish Labor Committee, The Unitarian Universalist Mass Action Network, SEIU 509 (Service Employees International Union), The Student Immigrant Movement (SIM), TPS Comité de MA and The Unitarian Universalist Service Committee.  © Marilyn Humphries / The Image Works
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Boston , Massachusetts- December 6, 2017
Immigrants and allies, faith leaders, elected officials will rally at Faneuil Hall on Wednesday, December 6 at 4 p.m. in solidarity with the massive “DEFEND OUR IMMIGRANT FAMILIES” mobilization taking place the same day in Washington, D.C. The mobilization has inspired tens of thousands to descend on Washington with echo actions, rallies and events across the country. Motivated by the Trump administration’s ongoing attacks on immigrant families, thousands will demand that Congress make good on its promises to pass a clean Dream Act and protect Temporary Protected Status (TPS) beneficiaries before the end of the year.
Local TPS holders and DACA recipients will be joined by local elected officials and community allies. The following organizations will be present and are co-sponsoring the event: SEIU 32BJ, Agencia Alpha, The American Civil Liberties Union of Massachusetts, American Friends Service Committee (AFSC), The American Muslim Center, Chelsea Collaborative, Chinese Progressive Association (CPA), Fight for $15 MA, Haitian Americans United, La Comunidad. Interfaith Worker Justice (IWJ), The Jewish Alliance for Law and Social Action (JALSA), Jobs with Justice (JwJ), Massachusetts Immigrant and Refugee Advocacy Coalition (MIRA), Massachusetts Communities Action Network (MCAN), Neighbor to Neighbor Massachusetts, The New England Jewish Labor Committee, The Unitarian Universalist Mass Action Network, SEIU 509 (Service Employees International Union), The Student Immigrant Movement (SIM), TPS Comité de MA and The Unitarian Universalist Service Committee.
© Marilyn Humphries / The Image Works
Boston , Massachusetts- December 6, 2017  Immigrants and allies, faith leaders, elected officials will rally at Faneuil Hall on Wednesday, December 6 at 4 p.m. in solidarity with the massive “DEFEND OUR IMMIGRANT FAMILIES” mobilization taking place the same day in Washington, D.C. The mobilization has inspired tens of thousands to descend on Washington with echo actions, rallies and events across the country. Motivated by the Trump administration’s ongoing attacks on immigrant families, thousands will demand that Congress make good on its promises to pass a clean Dream Act and protect Temporary Protected Status (TPS) beneficiaries before the end of the year. Local TPS holders and DACA recipients will be joined by local elected officials and community allies. The following organizations will be present and are co-sponsoring the event: SEIU 32BJ, Agencia Alpha, The American Civil Liberties Union of Massachusetts, American Friends Service Committee (AFSC), The American Muslim Center, Chelsea Collaborative, Chinese Progressive Association (CPA), Fight for $15 MA, Haitian Americans United, La Comunidad. Interfaith Worker Justice (IWJ), The Jewish Alliance for Law and Social Action (JALSA), Jobs with Justice (JwJ), Massachusetts Immigrant and Refugee Advocacy Coalition (MIRA), Massachusetts Communities Action Network (MCAN), Neighbor to Neighbor Massachusetts, The New England Jewish Labor Committee, The Unitarian Universalist Mass Action Network, SEIU 509 (Service Employees International Union), The Student Immigrant Movement (SIM), TPS Comité de MA and The Unitarian Universalist Service Committee.  © Marilyn Humphries / The Image Works
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Boston , Massachusetts- December 6, 2017
Immigrants and allies, faith leaders, elected officials will rally at Faneuil Hall on Wednesday, December 6 at 4 p.m. in solidarity with the massive “DEFEND OUR IMMIGRANT FAMILIES” mobilization taking place the same day in Washington, D.C. The mobilization has inspired tens of thousands to descend on Washington with echo actions, rallies and events across the country. Motivated by the Trump administration’s ongoing attacks on immigrant families, thousands will demand that Congress make good on its promises to pass a clean Dream Act and protect Temporary Protected Status (TPS) beneficiaries before the end of the year.
Local TPS holders and DACA recipients will be joined by local elected officials and community allies. The following organizations will be present and are co-sponsoring the event: SEIU 32BJ, Agencia Alpha, The American Civil Liberties Union of Massachusetts, American Friends Service Committee (AFSC), The American Muslim Center, Chelsea Collaborative, Chinese Progressive Association (CPA), Fight for $15 MA, Haitian Americans United, La Comunidad. Interfaith Worker Justice (IWJ), The Jewish Alliance for Law and Social Action (JALSA), Jobs with Justice (JwJ), Massachusetts Immigrant and Refugee Advocacy Coalition (MIRA), Massachusetts Communities Action Network (MCAN), Neighbor to Neighbor Massachusetts, The New England Jewish Labor Committee, The Unitarian Universalist Mass Action Network, SEIU 509 (Service Employees International Union), The Student Immigrant Movement (SIM), TPS Comité de MA and The Unitarian Universalist Service Committee.
© Marilyn Humphries / The Image Works

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