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Phoenix to Hold Human Rights March

La Voz, Posted: Jan 01, 2010

PHOENIX--Immigrant rights groups in Phoenix are planning a march for human and civil rights on Jan. 16, reports La Voz weekly newspaper. The mobilization, called A National Day of Action, is a national call to bring awareness to the criminalization of undocumented immigrants in Arizona, according to Salvador Reza, a coordinator of the PUENTE movement. The march will denounce the abuse of power of Maricopa County Attorney Andrew Thomas and Sheriff Joe Arpaio. Among the participants will be human rights activists Dolores Huerta and Isabel Garca.

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