Angela Sanbrano

President, National Alliance of Latin American and Caribbean Communities

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The US Immigration and Customs Enforcement is on
the warpath with  1300 arrests  in the last two weeks at homes, workplaces and
jails; 600 have already been deported, and ICE says…

ICE Cracks Down in Southern California

The US Immigration and Customs Enforcement is on the warpath with 1300 arrests in the last two weeks at homes, workplaces and jails; 600 have already been deported, and ICE says…

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