Victor Narro

UCLA Labor Center

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Victor Narro is a lecturer in law at UCLA and a project director at its Labor Center.

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The immigration and labor attorney discusses the trauma of being an undocumented immigrant right now.

Victor Narro: Undocumented immigrants living in fear

The immigration and labor attorney discusses the trauma of being an undocumented immigrant right now.

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The Labor Movement Rethinks Its Future in Downtown LA

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