Ana Avendano

Director of the AFL-CIO's Immigrant Worker Program

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Director of the Immigrant Worker Program at the AFL-CIO

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Tomorrow, the Department of Homeland Security wants to begin  a crackdown  on the undocumented workers who are often called a threat to America's home-grown labor force.

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Tomorrow, the Department of Homeland Security wants to begin a crackdown on the undocumented workers who are often called a threat to America's home-grown labor force.

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