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"I hope that, as a result of this movement, immigrants' voices will not be silenced; that all of us are provided help, no exceptions, as we are all humans and have the same rights."
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Kino Border Initiative: This week, 6 Mexican families were wrongfully removed by Border Patrol despite reporting that they expressed fear of return to agents.
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The Department of Homeland Security began rolling out its "Remain in Mexico" policy in the El Paso, Texas region earlier this week.
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