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City Admits Violating Immigrants Civil Rights

Washington Hispanic, Posted: Oct 05, 2008

WASHINGTON, DC. -- The Latino community has reached an agreement with the city of Manassas, Va., the city has agreed to pay $775,000 and also cover legal expenses of the Latino immigrant families whose civil rights were violated by public school officials. As Washington Hispanic reports, those schools shared their students' confidential information with authorities when the school suspected irregularities in their addresses. On October 2007, 11 residents of Manassas and the Equal Rights Center reported the city for violating dozens of families' civil rights.


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