Calling for change 

Calling for change
  • Brian Chilson
  • CALLING FOR CHANGE: Immigrant-rights advocates held a candle-light vigil on the steps of St. Edward's Catholic Church this past Sunday to raise awareness of poor conditions in immigrant detention centers in the U.S.

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