Neidi Dominguez

Community Labor Environmental Action Network

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Campaign Manager for the California Immigrant Youth Justice Alliance; former legal organizer with the Community Labor Environmental Action Network

Neidi Dominguez on KCRW

Nine young people — raised but not born in the United States — are being held in detention in Arizona.

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Bonus Car Wash, on Lincoln Boulevard in Santa Monica, is the first company of its kind in the country to become a union shop.

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