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

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July 13, 2019
Daley Center Plaza

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Philip Lindsey
The West Suburban Action Project estimates 12,000 people showed up to protest.
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Club Taji members from Kennedy Park and Lawndale march on Clark Street.
Philip Lindsey
Makers lined up in Daley Plaza capture the human toll of immigration policies.
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Protesters slowly move south on Clark Street in 90-degree heat
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Protesters congregate before noon for the July 13 rally, organized by Indivisible Chicago.
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Elizabeth Cervantes, director and cofounder of the Southwest Suburban Immigrant Project
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Evelyn Pape of Elmhurst recounts her trip to a Florida detention center for juveniles.
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Kishjuan Owens, an organizer from the Brighton Park Neighborhood Council, and Nestor Gomez, a storyteller, wait to speak.
Philip Lindsey
Tonko Doi of the Japanese American Immigrant Rights Organizing Committee solemnly recounts her families firsthand experience in the Japanese American internment camps.
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Christian Aldana Sanders shares a spoken-word piece, "Freedom Day."
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Protesters gather before heading south.
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"Because us children, we are the future. Will you stand with me? Will you resist?" asks Mahalea Velasco, age 12.
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Minister Phil Frazier traveled north from his south-side congregation to support the July 13 rally.
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North-siders Brynn McAndrew, Meredyth Ohringer,and Emma Wiesel come out to show their support.
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The Eichelberger family traveled from Chicago's south side to attend the July 13 rally.
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Julie Wernick, Avondale, honors the struggles her grandparents faced during the Holocaust and the Japanese American Internment through protest.
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The march hits the corners of Clark and Jackson.
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Jaqui Algee of SEIU Healthcare Illinois & Indiana
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"What will we do for our neighbors in this time of need. What side are we on?" asks Congressman Jesus "Chuy" Garcia
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Lt. Governor Juliana Stratton and Congressman Jesus "Chuy" Garcia listen to speakers during the July 13 rally.
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Tala Deloria of Los Angeles chants "We don't have to live this way / Another world is possible" outside the ICE detention center in southwest-suburban Broadville.
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Michael McDermott, 48, rallies the crowd singing, "What in the world is happening here?"
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Pedro recounts the murder of his father by cartel and the trials faced as an immigrant (shown with translator Julian Lazalde).
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Protesters outside the Broadville ICE detention center speak out against raids on immigrant communities.
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