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THE FIRST-EVER NATIONAL LATINO MARCH AND RALLY IN THE NATION’S CAPITAL

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ON OCTOBER 12, THOUSANDS OF LATINOS FROM AROUND THE U.S. WILL BE IN WASHINGTON FOR THE FIRST-EVER NATIONAL LATINO MARCH AND RALLY IN THE NATION’S CAPITAL. ACCORDING TO THE ORGANIZERS, THE FOCUS OF THIS MARCH IS TO BRING ATTENTION TO THE DENIAL OF CIVIL AND HUMAN RIGHTS TO THE LATINO AND IMMIGRANT COMMUNITIES AND TO DENOUNCE THE ANTI-IMMIGRANT AND ANTI-LATINO SENTIMENT IN THE U.S.

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JUAN JOSE GUTIERREZ OF ONE-STOP IMMIGRATION IS A LEADING ORGANIZER OF THE MARCH.

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