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Advocates for immigration reform in Minnesota look to add a personal touch

MinnPost photo by Devin Henry
“Immigration reform cannot be done without votes,” said Juve Meza, former director of Navigate MN. “Students are still out there telling their stories and all that, but it also is about these district campaigns.”
Courtesy of Abena Abraham
Abena Abraham, foreground, demonstrates
in favor of immigration reform.
MinnPost photo by Devin Henry
Daniel Perez earned two masters degrees at the University of Minnesota, paying most of his own way because he wasn’t eligible to receive financial aid.
MinnPost photo by Devin Henry
“[The Senate bill], it’s not 100 percent good,” said Antonia Alvarez. “But we need to open some doors. When you don’t have this opportunity, you lose everything. That’s why we need to have something.”

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