ICE fugitive seeks sanctuary in Mancos church

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ICE fugitive seeks sanctuary in Mancos church

Rosa Sabido has lived in Cortez for 30 years

ICE fugitive seeks sanctuary in Mancos church

The United Methodist Church in Mancos is giving sanctuary to Rosa Sabido, a Mexican national, while she seeks permanent residency in the U.S.
Rosa Sabido, a Mexican national, sits in her new bedroom inside the United Methodist Church in Mancos on Monday. The church is one of nine in the country providing sanctuary to immigrants facing deportation.
Rosa Sabido, a Mexican national, sits inside of the United Methodist Church in Mancos on Monday where she has sought sanctuary against deportation. She has lived in Cortez for 30 years.
Rosa Sabido, who has lived and worked in Cortez for 30 years, hugs Travis Custer, one of the local residents helping with her cause, on Thursday in Mancos.
Norma Mark displays signs at the community gathering in support of Rosa Sabido. The United Methodist Church in Mancos is one of only nine churches across the country to publicly provide sanctuary to immigrants facing deportation.
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