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Building Bridges Radio: Your Community and Labor Report
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Thousands Gather For May Day, Immigrant Rights Rally In Arizona
with
Isabel Garcia, Director of the Pima County Legal Defenders and
Co-chair of the Coalition de Derechos Humanos, Arizona
and
Leilani Clark, Youth Organizer, Coalition de Derechos Humanos

Immigrants rights organizers report on the tens of thousands of immigrant
rights demonstrators who  rallied on May Day in Arizona to protest the
tough new immigration law 1070, and state and federal law enforcement
harassment of Arizona’s immigrants, as they demand that stalled legislative
reforms in Congress proceed.
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