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Florida, Miami, Downtown, Bayfront Park, Women's March, political protest, march, human rights, advocacy, sign, Black, Asian, student, girl, teen, holding sign, protesters, immigration,  2017 ©Jeffrey Greenberg / The Image Works
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Florida, Miami, Downtown, Bayfront Park, Women's March, political protest, march, human rights, advocacy, sign, Black, Asian, student, girl, teen, holding sign, protesters, immigration, 2017 ©Jeffrey Greenberg / The Image Works
Florida, Miami, Downtown, Bayfront Park, Women's March, political protest, march, human rights, advocacy, sign, Black, girl, teen, holding sign, protesters, illegal immigration,  2017 ©Jeffrey Greenberg / The Image Works
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Florida, Miami, Downtown, Bayfront Park, Women's March, political protest, march, human rights, advocacy, sign, Black, girl, teen, holding sign, protesters, illegal immigration, 2017 ©Jeffrey Greenberg / The Image Works
Florida, Miami, Downtown, Bayfront Park, Women's March, political protest, march, human rights, advocacy, sign, Black, Asian, student, girl, teen, holding sign, protesters, immigration,  2017 ©Jeffrey Greenberg / The Image Works
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Florida, Miami, Downtown, Bayfront Park, Women's March, political protest, march, human rights, advocacy, sign, Black, Asian, student, girl, teen, holding sign, protesters, immigration, 2017 ©Jeffrey Greenberg / The Image Works
Detroit, Michigan - Dr. Rouba Ali (left), a pathologist, teaches a class at the Detroit Medical Center. Dr. Eman Abdulfatah, a pathology resident, watches. Dr. Ali immigrated from Syria in 1993; she is professor of pathology and gynecology. Dr. Abdulfatah is a native of Egypt. February 16, 2017 © Jim West / The Image Works
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Detroit, Michigan - Dr. Rouba Ali (left), a pathologist, teaches a class at the Detroit Medical Center. Dr. Eman Abdulfatah, a pathology resident, watches. Dr. Ali immigrated from Syria in 1993; she is professor of pathology and gynecology. Dr. Abdulfatah is a native of Egypt.
February 16, 2017 © Jim West / The Image Works
Detroit, Michigan - Dr. Eman Abdulfatah, a pathology resident, in a classroom at the Detroit Medical Center. Dr. Abdulfatah is a native of Egypt. February 16, 2017 © Jim West / The Image Works
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Detroit, Michigan - Dr. Eman Abdulfatah, a pathology resident, in a classroom at the Detroit Medical Center. Dr. Abdulfatah is a native of Egypt.
February 16, 2017 © Jim West / The Image Works
Detroit, Michigan - Dr. Rouba Ali (left), a pathologist, teaches a class at the Detroit Medical Center. Dr. Ali immigrated from Syria in 1993; she is professor of pathology and gynecology. February 16, 2017 © Jim West / The Image Works
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Detroit, Michigan - Dr. Rouba Ali (left), a pathologist, teaches a class at the Detroit Medical Center. Dr. Ali immigrated from Syria in 1993; she is professor of pathology and gynecology.
February 16, 2017 © Jim West / The Image Works
Detroit, Michigan - Dr. Rouba Ali (far side, second from left), a pathologist, teaches a class at the Detroit Medical Center. Dr. Ali immigrated from Syria in 1993; she is professor of pathology and gynecology. February 16, 2017 © Jim West / The Image Works
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Detroit, Michigan - Dr. Rouba Ali (far side, second from left), a pathologist, teaches a class at the Detroit Medical Center. Dr. Ali immigrated from Syria in 1993; she is professor of pathology and gynecology.
February 16, 2017 © Jim West / The Image Works
Detroit, Michigan - Dr. Rouba Ali, a pathologist at the Detroit Medical Center, slices tissue from a uterus to be able to examine it under a microscope for evidence of cancer. Dr. Ali immigrated from Syria in 1993; she is professor of pathology and gynecology at Wayne State University. February 16, 2017 © Jim West / The Image Works
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Detroit, Michigan - Dr. Rouba Ali, a pathologist at the Detroit Medical Center, slices tissue from a uterus to be able to examine it under a microscope for evidence of cancer. Dr. Ali immigrated from Syria in 1993; she is professor of pathology and gynecology at Wayne State University.
February 16, 2017 © Jim West / The Image Works
Detroit, Michigan - Dr. Rouba Ali, a pathologist at the Detroit Medical Center, examines cells from a uterus under a microscope for evidence of cancer. Dr. Ali immigrated from Syria in 1993; she is professor of pathology and gynecology at Wayne State University. February 16, 2017 © Jim West / The Image Works
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Detroit, Michigan - Dr. Rouba Ali, a pathologist at the Detroit Medical Center, examines cells from a uterus under a microscope for evidence of cancer. Dr. Ali immigrated from Syria in 1993; she is professor of pathology and gynecology at Wayne State University.
February 16, 2017 © Jim West / The Image Works
Detroit, Michigan - Dr. Rouba Ali, a pathologist at the Detroit Medical Center, examines cells under a microscope for evidence of cancer. Dr. Ali immigrated from Syria in 1993; she is professor of pathology and gynecology at Wayne State University. February 16, 2017 © Jim West / The Image Works
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Detroit, Michigan - Dr. Rouba Ali, a pathologist at the Detroit Medical Center, examines cells under a microscope for evidence of cancer. Dr. Ali immigrated from Syria in 1993; she is professor of pathology and gynecology at Wayne State University.
February 16, 2017 © Jim West / The Image Works
Store owner expresses solidarity with the plight of immigrants in the USA under the Trump Administration's new immigration policies in Brooklyn, NY.  February , 2017 ©David M. Grossman / The Image Works
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Store owner expresses solidarity with the plight of immigrants in the USA under the Trump Administration's new immigration policies in Brooklyn, NY. February , 2017 ©David M. Grossman / The Image Works
Detroit, Michigan USA - 17 March 2017 - Friends rally to support Mario Hernandez before he enters the Immigration and Customs Enforcement office to learn whether he will be deported to Mexico. Hernandez has been in the United States for 19 years and owns a small business installing flooring.  March 17, 2017 © Jim West / The Image Works
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Detroit, Michigan USA - 17 March 2017 - Friends rally to support Mario Hernandez before he enters the Immigration and Customs Enforcement office to learn whether he will be deported to Mexico. Hernandez has been in the United States for 19 years and owns a small business installing flooring.
March 17, 2017 © Jim West / The Image Works
Detroit, Michigan USA - 17 March 2017 - Mario Hernandez (center) with his three daughters, as friends rally before Hernandez enters the Immigration and Customs Enforcement office to learn whether he will be deported to Mexico. Hernandez has been in the United States for 19 years and owns a small business installing flooring.  March 17, 2017 © Jim West / The Image Works
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Detroit, Michigan USA - 17 March 2017 - Mario Hernandez (center) with his three daughters, as friends rally before Hernandez enters the Immigration and Customs Enforcement office to learn whether he will be deported to Mexico. Hernandez has been in the United States for 19 years and owns a small business installing flooring.
March 17, 2017 © Jim West / The Image Works
Detroit, Michigan USA - 17 March 2017 - Friends and family of Mario Hernandez (left of center, black jacket) rally before Hernandez enters the Immigration and Customs Enforcement office to learn whether he will be deported to Mexico. Hernandez has been in the United States for 19 years; his family is in Detroit, and he owns a small business installing flooring.  March 17, 2017 © Jim West / The Image Works
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Detroit, Michigan USA - 17 March 2017 - Friends and family of Mario Hernandez (left of center, black jacket) rally before Hernandez enters the Immigration and Customs Enforcement office to learn whether he will be deported to Mexico. Hernandez has been in the United States for 19 years; his family is in Detroit, and he owns a small business installing flooring.
March 17, 2017 © Jim West / The Image Works
Denver, Colorado March 21, 2017 - A young woman with her15 month old son  inside the Mountain View Friends Meetting House,, where she has lived for the  past four months with her youngest son. She declared sanctuary at the Denver church with the hope of securing a stay of deportation. She is the mother of two U.S. born children, both boys, 8 and 15 months. She came to the United States in 2000 from Peru. In 2002, she purchased fake identification so she could work. This resulted in a felony conviction and designated her a priority for removal from the United States by Immigration and Custom Enforcement. With help from the Metro Denver Sanctuary Coalition she has applied for a stay of deportation and are awaiting a response.  ©Sean Cayton / The Image Works
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Denver, Colorado March 21, 2017 - A young woman with her15 month old son inside the Mountain View Friends Meetting House,, where she has lived for the past four months with her youngest son. She declared sanctuary at the Denver church with the hope of securing a stay of deportation. She is the mother of two U.S. born children, both boys, 8 and 15 months. She came to the United States in 2000 from Peru. In 2002, she purchased fake identification so she could work. This resulted in a felony conviction and designated her a priority for removal from the United States by Immigration and Custom Enforcement. With help from the Metro Denver Sanctuary Coalition she has applied for a stay of deportation and are awaiting a response. ©Sean Cayton / The Image Works
Denver, Colorado March 21, 2017 - A young woman with her15 month old son  inside the Mountain View Friends Meetting House,, where she has lived for the  past four months with her youngest son. She declared sanctuary at the Denver church with the hope of securing a stay of deportation. She is the mother of two U.S. born children, both boys, 8 and 15 months. She came to the United States in 2000 from Peru. In 2002, she purchased fake identification so she could work. This resulted in a felony conviction and designated her a priority for removal from the United States by Immigration and Custom Enforcement. With help from the Metro Denver Sanctuary Coalition she has applied for a stay of deportation and are awaiting a response.  ©Sean Cayton / The Image Works
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Denver, Colorado March 21, 2017 - A young woman with her15 month old son inside the Mountain View Friends Meetting House,, where she has lived for the past four months with her youngest son. She declared sanctuary at the Denver church with the hope of securing a stay of deportation. She is the mother of two U.S. born children, both boys, 8 and 15 months. She came to the United States in 2000 from Peru. In 2002, she purchased fake identification so she could work. This resulted in a felony conviction and designated her a priority for removal from the United States by Immigration and Custom Enforcement. With help from the Metro Denver Sanctuary Coalition she has applied for a stay of deportation and are awaiting a response. ©Sean Cayton / The Image Works
Denver, Colorado March 21, 2017 - A young woman with her15 month old son  inside the Mountain View Friends Meetting House,, where she has lived for the  past four months with her youngest son. She declared sanctuary at the Denver church with the hope of securing a stay of deportation. She is the mother of two U.S. born children, both boys, 8 and 15 months. She came to the United States in 2000 from Peru. In 2002, she purchased fake identification so she could work. This resulted in a felony conviction and designated her a priority for removal from the United States by Immigration and Custom Enforcement. With help from the Metro Denver Sanctuary Coalition she has applied for a stay of deportation and are awaiting a response.  ©Sean Cayton / The Image Works
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Denver, Colorado March 21, 2017 - A young woman with her15 month old son inside the Mountain View Friends Meetting House,, where she has lived for the past four months with her youngest son. She declared sanctuary at the Denver church with the hope of securing a stay of deportation. She is the mother of two U.S. born children, both boys, 8 and 15 months. She came to the United States in 2000 from Peru. In 2002, she purchased fake identification so she could work. This resulted in a felony conviction and designated her a priority for removal from the United States by Immigration and Custom Enforcement. With help from the Metro Denver Sanctuary Coalition she has applied for a stay of deportation and are awaiting a response. ©Sean Cayton / The Image Works
Denver, Colorado March 21, 2017 - A young woman with her15 month old son  inside the Mountain View Friends Meetting House,, where she has lived for the  past four months with her youngest son. She declared sanctuary at the Denver church with the hope of securing a stay of deportation. She is the mother of two U.S. born children, both boys, 8 and 15 months. She came to the United States in 2000 from Peru. In 2002, she purchased fake identification so she could work. This resulted in a felony conviction and designated her a priority for removal from the United States by Immigration and Custom Enforcement. With help from the Metro Denver Sanctuary Coalition she has applied for a stay of deportation and are awaiting a response.  ©Sean Cayton / The Image Works
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Denver, Colorado March 21, 2017 - A young woman with her15 month old son inside the Mountain View Friends Meetting House,, where she has lived for the past four months with her youngest son. She declared sanctuary at the Denver church with the hope of securing a stay of deportation. She is the mother of two U.S. born children, both boys, 8 and 15 months. She came to the United States in 2000 from Peru. In 2002, she purchased fake identification so she could work. This resulted in a felony conviction and designated her a priority for removal from the United States by Immigration and Custom Enforcement. With help from the Metro Denver Sanctuary Coalition she has applied for a stay of deportation and are awaiting a response. ©Sean Cayton / The Image Works
Denver, Colorado March 21, 2017 - A young woman with her15 month old son  inside the Mountain View Friends Meetting House,, where she has lived for the  past four months with her youngest son. She declared sanctuary at the Denver church with the hope of securing a stay of deportation. She is the mother of two U.S. born children, both boys, 8 and 15 months. She came to the United States in 2000 from Peru. In 2002, she purchased fake identification so she could work. This resulted in a felony conviction and designated her a priority for removal from the United States by Immigration and Custom Enforcement. With help from the Metro Denver Sanctuary Coalition she has applied for a stay of deportation and are awaiting a response.  ©Sean Cayton / The Image Works
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Denver, Colorado March 21, 2017 - A young woman with her15 month old son inside the Mountain View Friends Meetting House,, where she has lived for the past four months with her youngest son. She declared sanctuary at the Denver church with the hope of securing a stay of deportation. She is the mother of two U.S. born children, both boys, 8 and 15 months. She came to the United States in 2000 from Peru. In 2002, she purchased fake identification so she could work. This resulted in a felony conviction and designated her a priority for removal from the United States by Immigration and Custom Enforcement. With help from the Metro Denver Sanctuary Coalition she has applied for a stay of deportation and are awaiting a response. ©Sean Cayton / The Image Works
Denver, Colorado March 21, 2017 - A young woman with her15 month old son  inside the Mountain View Friends Meetting House,, where she has lived for the  past four months with her youngest son. She declared sanctuary at the Denver church with the hope of securing a stay of deportation. She is the mother of two U.S. born children, both boys, 8 and 15 months. She came to the United States in 2000 from Peru. In 2002, she purchased fake identification so she could work. This resulted in a felony conviction and designated her a priority for removal from the United States by Immigration and Custom Enforcement. With help from the Metro Denver Sanctuary Coalition she has applied for a stay of deportation and are awaiting a response.  ©Sean Cayton / The Image Works
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Denver, Colorado March 21, 2017 - A young woman with her15 month old son inside the Mountain View Friends Meetting House,, where she has lived for the past four months with her youngest son. She declared sanctuary at the Denver church with the hope of securing a stay of deportation. She is the mother of two U.S. born children, both boys, 8 and 15 months. She came to the United States in 2000 from Peru. In 2002, she purchased fake identification so she could work. This resulted in a felony conviction and designated her a priority for removal from the United States by Immigration and Custom Enforcement. With help from the Metro Denver Sanctuary Coalition she has applied for a stay of deportation and are awaiting a response. ©Sean Cayton / The Image Works
Denver, Colorado March 21, 2017 - A young woman with her15 month old son  inside the Mountain View Friends Meetting House,, where she has lived for the  past four months with her youngest son. She declared sanctuary at the Denver church with the hope of securing a stay of deportation. She is the mother of two U.S. born children, both boys, 8 and 15 months. She came to the United States in 2000 from Peru. In 2002, she purchased fake identification so she could work. This resulted in a felony conviction and designated her a priority for removal from the United States by Immigration and Custom Enforcement. With help from the Metro Denver Sanctuary Coalition she has applied for a stay of deportation and are awaiting a response.  ©Sean Cayton / The Image Works
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Denver, Colorado March 21, 2017 - A young woman with her15 month old son inside the Mountain View Friends Meetting House,, where she has lived for the past four months with her youngest son. She declared sanctuary at the Denver church with the hope of securing a stay of deportation. She is the mother of two U.S. born children, both boys, 8 and 15 months. She came to the United States in 2000 from Peru. In 2002, she purchased fake identification so she could work. This resulted in a felony conviction and designated her a priority for removal from the United States by Immigration and Custom Enforcement. With help from the Metro Denver Sanctuary Coalition she has applied for a stay of deportation and are awaiting a response. ©Sean Cayton / The Image Works
Denver, Colorado March 21, 2017 - A young woman with her15 month old son  inside the Mountain View Friends Meetting House,, where she has lived for the  past four months with her youngest son. She declared sanctuary at the Denver church with the hope of securing a stay of deportation. She is the mother of two U.S. born children, both boys, 8 and 15 months. She came to the United States in 2000 from Peru. In 2002, she purchased fake identification so she could work. This resulted in a felony conviction and designated her a priority for removal from the United States by Immigration and Custom Enforcement. With help from the Metro Denver Sanctuary Coalition she has applied for a stay of deportation and are awaiting a response.  ©Sean Cayton / The Image Works
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Denver, Colorado March 21, 2017 - A young woman with her15 month old son inside the Mountain View Friends Meetting House,, where she has lived for the past four months with her youngest son. She declared sanctuary at the Denver church with the hope of securing a stay of deportation. She is the mother of two U.S. born children, both boys, 8 and 15 months. She came to the United States in 2000 from Peru. In 2002, she purchased fake identification so she could work. This resulted in a felony conviction and designated her a priority for removal from the United States by Immigration and Custom Enforcement. With help from the Metro Denver Sanctuary Coalition she has applied for a stay of deportation and are awaiting a response. ©Sean Cayton / The Image Works
"We Were Strangers Once Too", the winner of the Times Square Valentine Heart Design in Times Square in New York on Tuesday, February 7, 2017. The sculpture, designed by the Office of Creative Research, uses public data to illustrate the foreign-born New York residents with 33 poles inscribed with the national origins of the immigrants. At a pre-set observation point the "bar graphs" visualize as a heart. The artwork will be on view until March 5, 2017.  © Richard B. Levine / The Image Works
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"We Were Strangers Once Too", the winner of the Times Square Valentine Heart Design in Times Square in New York on Tuesday, February 7, 2017. The sculpture, designed by the Office of Creative Research, uses public data to illustrate the foreign-born New York residents with 33 poles inscribed with the national origins of the immigrants. At a pre-set observation point the "bar graphs" visualize as a heart. The artwork will be on view until March 5, 2017.
© Richard B. Levine / The Image Works
"We Were Strangers Once Too", the winner of the Times Square Valentine Heart Design in Times Square in New York on Tuesday, February 7, 2017. The sculpture, designed by the Office of Creative Research, uses public data to illustrate the foreign-born New York residents with 33 poles inscribed with the national origins of the immigrants. At a pre-set observation point the "bar graphs" visualize as a heart. The artwork will be on view until March 5, 2017. © Richard B. Levine / The Image Works
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"We Were Strangers Once Too", the winner of the Times Square Valentine Heart Design in Times Square in New York on Tuesday, February 7, 2017. The sculpture, designed by the Office of Creative Research, uses public data to illustrate the foreign-born New York residents with 33 poles inscribed with the national origins of the immigrants. At a pre-set observation point the "bar graphs" visualize as a heart. The artwork will be on view until March 5, 2017.
© Richard B. Levine / The Image Works
Muslim and non-Muslim women gather at New York City Hall on Wednesday, February 1, 2017 to celebrate World Hijab Day. The annual event calls for a day of solidarity with Muslim women to fight bigotry and discrimination and encourages non-muslim women to wear a Hijab in solidarity. © Richard B. Levine / The Image Works
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Muslim and non-Muslim women gather at New York City Hall on Wednesday, February 1, 2017 to celebrate World Hijab Day. The annual event calls for a day of solidarity with Muslim women to fight bigotry and discrimination and encourages non-muslim women to wear a Hijab in solidarity. © Richard B. Levine / The Image Works

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