We dont want to create more fear, Ricardo Juárez, a leader of the group, told the meeting. We want to provide clear information so that you can make clear decisions.
Immigration lawyer Linda Johnson stressed the constitutional right to remain silent in the face of police questioning.
You have the right to remain silent. You dont have the right to not be arrested, Corey Stewart, chairman of the Prince William County Board of Supervisors, later told the press.
A lot of people are scared, but we have to keep fighting, José Rivas, 30, a construction worker from El Salvador, told the Militant.
Edgar Rivera Montecino, 32, a painter from Honduras, held a sign in English and Spanish that read Thank you Prince William for separating our families
now we are more united than ever! He said a friend who is facing deportation proceedings and has been forced to wear an electronic ankle bracelet by immigration authorities helped make the sign.
Chicago conference plans actions for legalization
Immigrant workers plan May 1 march in Houston
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