Immigration reform ‘caravan’ passes through Durango, Mancos

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Immigration reform ‘caravan’ passes through Durango, Mancos

Protesters say women living in sanctuary are good example of people who should stay
Greg Rossell, left, Kathy Barrett and Jennifer Piper protest in front of Sen. Cory Gardner’s office Monday in Bodo Industrial Park. Araceli Velasquez is one of four women living in sanctuary in Colorado to avoid deportation. She fled from El Salvador and is living at the Park Hill United Methodist Church and Temple Micah.

Immigration reform ‘caravan’ passes through Durango, Mancos

Greg Rossell, left, Kathy Barrett and Jennifer Piper protest in front of Sen. Cory Gardner’s office Monday in Bodo Industrial Park. Araceli Velasquez is one of four women living in sanctuary in Colorado to avoid deportation. She fled from El Salvador and is living at the Park Hill United Methodist Church and Temple Micah.

Immigration reform ‘caravan’ passes through Durango, Mancos

Mary Cosgrave, Gloria Leyba and Jason Hotchkiss participate in a small protest Monday outside of Sen. Cory Gardner’s office in Bodo Industrial Park. The sign they are holding depicts the four women living in sanctuary across Colorado to avoid deportation.
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