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PHOTOS: Take Action to End Criminalization, Detention, and Deportations Protest

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West Suburban Action Project (PASO) estimates 12,000 people showed up to protest. - PHILIP LINDSEY
  • Philip Lindsey
  • West Suburban Action Project (PASO) estimates 12,000 people showed up to protest.

An estimated 12,000 people marched in downtown Chicago on July 13 to protest the Trump administration's immigration policies. Photographer Philip Lindsey was there.   v

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