Jose R. Salazar, 28, center, joins about 4,000 people on South Carolina’s State House steps in April 2006 as part of a rally to protest a Congressional move to punish undocumented workers and those who assist them.
Jose R. Salazar, 28, center, joins about 4,000 people on South Carolina’s State House steps in April 2006 as part of a rally to protest a Congressional move to punish undocumented workers and those who assist them. THE STATE FILE PHOTOGRAPH
Jose R. Salazar, 28, center, joins about 4,000 people on South Carolina’s State House steps in April 2006 as part of a rally to protest a Congressional move to punish undocumented workers and those who assist them. THE STATE FILE PHOTOGRAPH
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