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Sin Papeles, Sin Miedo

In the southern part of the United States where undocumented immigrants very often face exploitation, law enforcement efforts have also increased to ask people for immigration papers to increase the number of deportations. Since July 29th, undocumented students, workers and their family have been touring Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado, Texas, Louisiana, Alabama, Georgia and North Carolina to make their voice and stories heard. On August 24th, they were at the Atlanta Detention Center where many are detained awaiting deportation.

For more information, follow the UndocuBus at http://www.undocubus.org/

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This entry was posted on September 5, 2012 by in Economy, Movements for Change, Politics, Public Policy and tagged , , .

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