Photo Essay – Arizona Immigration Law

SB 1070, Arizona’s racist immigration law, would have taken full effect today if it were not for a last-minute injunction.  Today in Phoenix hundreds marched to support human rights for local immigrants.  However, many of the thousands and thousands of immigrants in Phoenix couldn’t march because they were doing what they do every day – working.

Here’s some photos to show my support for the cause.

DelMundo for News Paulo Castillo, 38, holds his nephew Edwin Galvez, 1, as they join fellow immigrants on a vigil outside Arizona’s State Capital. Read more:

“This is not just about SB 1070,” she said. “This isn’t just about Arizona. To some people it may seem like a victory; we are saying it’s not.”

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