Raymond Herrera

California's Crusader

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Founding President of California's Crusader, an anti-immigration reform group and website

Raymond Herrera on KCRW

There were great expectations at today’s May Day march for immigration reform in downtown Los Angeles.

Great Expectations for Immigration Reform

There were great expectations at today’s May Day march for immigration reform in downtown Los Angeles.

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