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  • Citizens in San Diego, California protest the ineffective action and apparent complacency of the Fedreal, State and Local governments in securing the borders against entry of illegal aliens and in providing safe haven from those that enter illegally. The coordinator of the event, Stasyi Barth, who was a prime mover in the turnabout of the busses attempting to convey illegal entrants to be housed in Murieta California says that there needs to be stronger border controls and that the government is shirking its constitutional requirements to protect the nation.

  • Citizens in San Diego, California protest the ineffective action and apparent complacency of the Fedreal, State and Local governments in securing the borders against entry of illegal aliens and in providing safe haven from those that enter illegally. The coordinator of the event, Stasyi Barth, who was a prime mover in the turnabout of the busses attempting to convey illegal entrants to be housed in Murieta California says that there needs to be stronger border controls and that the government is shirking its constitutional requirements to protect the nation.

  • Citizens in San Diego, California protest the ineffective action and apparent complacency of the Fedreal, State and Local governments in securing the borders against entry of illegal aliens and in providing safe haven from those that enter illegally. The coordinator of the event, Stasyi Barth, who was a prime mover in the turnabout of the busses attempting to convey illegal entrants to be housed in Murieta California says that there needs to be stronger border controls and that the government is shirking its constitutional requirements to protect the nation.

  • Citizens in San Diego, California protest the ineffective action and apparent complacency of the Fedreal, State and Local governments in securing the borders against entry of illegal aliens and in providing safe haven from those that enter illegally. The coordinator of the event, Stasyi Barth, who was a prime mover in the turnabout of the busses attempting to convey illegal entrants to be housed in Murieta California says that there needs to be stronger border controls and that the government is shirking its constitutional requirements to protect the nation.

  • Citizens in San Diego, California protest the ineffective action and apparent complacency of the Fedreal, State and Local governments in securing the borders against entry of illegal aliens and in providing safe haven from those that enter illegally. The coordinator of the event, Stasyi Barth, who was a prime mover in the turnabout of the busses attempting to convey illegal entrants to be housed in Murieta California says that there needs to be stronger border controls and that the government is shirking its constitutional requirements to protect the nation.

  • Citizens in San Diego, California protest the ineffective action and apparent complacency of the Fedreal, State and Local governments in securing the borders against entry of illegal aliens and in providing safe haven from those that enter illegally. The coordinator of the event, Stasyi Barth, who was a prime mover in the turnabout of the busses attempting to convey illegal entrants to be housed in Murieta California says that there needs to be stronger border controls and that the government is shirking its constitutional requirements to protect the nation.

  • Citizens in San Diego, California protest the ineffective action and apparent complacency of the Fedreal, State and Local governments in securing the borders against entry of illegal aliens and in providing safe haven from those that enter illegally. The coordinator of the event, Stasyi Barth, who was a prime mover in the turnabout of the busses attempting to convey illegal entrants to be housed in Murieta California says that there needs to be stronger border controls and that the government is shirking its constitutional requirements to protect the nation.

  • Citizens in San Diego, California protest the ineffective action and apparent complacency of the Fedreal, State and Local governments in securing the borders against entry of illegal aliens and in providing safe haven from those that enter illegally. The coordinator of the event, Stasyi Barth, who was a prime mover in the turnabout of the busses attempting to convey illegal entrants to be housed in Murieta California says that there needs to be stronger border controls and that the government is shirking its constitutional requirements to protect the nation.

  • Citizens in San Diego, California protest the ineffective action and apparent complacency of the Fedreal, State and Local governments in securing the borders against entry of illegal aliens and in providing safe haven from those that enter illegally. The coordinator of the event, Stasyi Barth, who was a prime mover in the turnabout of the busses attempting to convey illegal entrants to be housed in Murieta California says that there needs to be stronger border controls and that the government is shirking its constitutional requirements to protect the nation.

  • Citizens in San Diego, California protest the ineffective action and apparent complacency of the Fedreal, State and Local governments in securing the borders against entry of illegal aliens and in providing safe haven from those that enter illegally. The coordinator of the event, Stasyi Barth, who was a prime mover in the turnabout of the busses attempting to convey illegal entrants to be housed in Murieta California says that there needs to be stronger border controls and that the government is shirking its constitutional requirements to protect the nation.

  • Citizens in San Diego, California protest the ineffective action and apparent complacency of the Fedreal, State and Local governments in securing the borders against entry of illegal aliens and in providing safe haven from those that enter illegally. The coordinator of the event, Stasyi Barth, who was a prime mover in the turnabout of the busses attempting to convey illegal entrants to be housed in Murieta California says that there needs to be stronger border controls and that the government is shirking its constitutional requirements to protect the nation.

  • Citizens in San Diego, California protest the ineffective action and apparent complacency of the Fedreal, State and Local governments in securing the borders against entry of illegal aliens and in providing safe haven from those that enter illegally. The coordinator of the event, Stasyi Barth, who was a prime mover in the turnabout of the busses attempting to convey illegal entrants to be housed in Murieta California says that there needs to be stronger border controls and that the government is shirking its constitutional requirements to protect the nation.

  • Citizens in San Diego, California protest the ineffective action and apparent complacency of the Fedreal, State and Local governments in securing the borders against entry of illegal aliens and in providing safe haven from those that enter illegally. The coordinator of the event, Stasyi Barth, who was a prime mover in the turnabout of the busses attempting to convey illegal entrants to be housed in Murieta California says that there needs to be stronger border controls and that the government is shirking its constitutional requirements to protect the nation.

  • Citizens in San Diego, California protest the ineffective action and apparent complacency of the Fedreal, State and Local governments in securing the borders against entry of illegal aliens and in providing safe haven from those that enter illegally. The coordinator of the event, Stasyi Barth, who was a prime mover in the turnabout of the busses attempting to convey illegal entrants to be housed in Murieta California says that there needs to be stronger border controls and that the government is shirking its constitutional requirements to protect the nation.

  • Citizens in San Diego, California protest the ineffective action and apparent complacency of the Fedreal, State and Local governments in securing the borders against entry of illegal aliens and in providing safe haven from those that enter illegally. The coordinator of the event, Stasyi Barth, who was a prime mover in the turnabout of the busses attempting to convey illegal entrants to be housed in Murieta California says that there needs to be stronger border controls and that the government is shirking its constitutional requirements to protect the nation.

  • Citizens in San Diego, California protest the ineffective action and apparent complacency of the Fedreal, State and Local governments in securing the borders against entry of illegal aliens and in providing safe haven from those that enter illegally. The coordinator of the event, Stasyi Barth, who was a prime mover in the turnabout of the busses attempting to convey illegal entrants to be housed in Murieta California says that there needs to be stronger border controls and that the government is shirking its constitutional requirements to protect the nation.

  • Citizens in San Diego, California protest the ineffective action and apparent complacency of the Fedreal, State and Local governments in securing the borders against entry of illegal aliens and in providing safe haven from those that enter illegally. The coordinator of the event, Stasyi Barth, who was a prime mover in the turnabout of the busses attempting to convey illegal entrants to be housed in Murieta California says that there needs to be stronger border controls and that the government is shirking its constitutional requirements to protect the nation.

  • Citizens in San Diego, California protest the ineffective action and apparent complacency of the Fedreal, State and Local governments in securing the borders against entry of illegal aliens and in providing safe haven from those that enter illegally. The coordinator of the event, Stasyi Barth, who was a prime mover in the turnabout of the busses attempting to convey illegal entrants to be housed in Murieta California says that there needs to be stronger border controls and that the government is shirking its constitutional requirements to protect the nation.

  • Citizens in San Diego, California protest the ineffective action and apparent complacency of the Fedreal, State and Local governments in securing the borders against entry of illegal aliens and in providing safe haven from those that enter illegally. The coordinator of the event, Stasyi Barth, who was a prime mover in the turnabout of the busses attempting to convey illegal entrants to be housed in Murieta California says that there needs to be stronger border controls and that the government is shirking its constitutional requirements to protect the nation.

  • Citizens in San Diego, California protest the ineffective action and apparent complacency of the Fedreal, State and Local governments in securing the borders against entry of illegal aliens and in providing safe haven from those that enter illegally. The coordinator of the event, Stasyi Barth, who was a prime mover in the turnabout of the busses attempting to convey illegal entrants to be housed in Murieta California says that there needs to be stronger border controls and that the government is shirking its constitutional requirements to protect the nation.

  • Citizens in San Diego, California protest the ineffective action and apparent complacency of the Fedreal, State and Local governments in securing the borders against entry of illegal aliens and in providing safe haven from those that enter illegally. The coordinator of the event, Stasyi Barth, who was a prime mover in the turnabout of the busses attempting to convey illegal entrants to be housed in Murieta California says that there needs to be stronger border controls and that the government is shirking its constitutional requirements to protect the nation.

  • Citizens in San Diego, California protest the ineffective action and apparent complacency of the Fedreal, State and Local governments in securing the borders against entry of illegal aliens and in providing safe haven from those that enter illegally. The coordinator of the event, Stasyi Barth, who was a prime mover in the turnabout of the busses attempting to convey illegal entrants to be housed in Murieta California says that there needs to be stronger border controls and that the government is shirking its constitutional requirements to protect the nation.

  • Citizens in San Diego, California protest the ineffective action and apparent complacency of the Fedreal, State and Local governments in securing the borders against entry of illegal aliens and in providing safe haven from those that enter illegally. The coordinator of the event, Stasyi Barth, who was a prime mover in the turnabout of the busses attempting to convey illegal entrants to be housed in Murieta California says that there needs to be stronger border controls and that the government is shirking its constitutional requirements to protect the nation.

  • Citizens in San Diego, California protest the ineffective action and apparent complacency of the Fedreal, State and Local governments in securing the borders against entry of illegal aliens and in providing safe haven from those that enter illegally. The coordinator of the event, Stasyi Barth, who was a prime mover in the turnabout of the busses attempting to convey illegal entrants to be housed in Murieta California says that there needs to be stronger border controls and that the government is shirking its constitutional requirements to protect the nation.

  • Citizens in San Diego, California protest the ineffective action and apparent complacency of the Fedreal, State and Local governments in securing the borders against entry of illegal aliens and in providing safe haven from those that enter illegally. The coordinator of the event, Stasyi Barth, who was a prime mover in the turnabout of the busses attempting to convey illegal entrants to be housed in Murieta California says that there needs to be stronger border controls and that the government is shirking its constitutional requirements to protect the nation.

  • Citizens in San Diego, California protest the ineffective action and apparent complacency of the Fedreal, State and Local governments in securing the borders against entry of illegal aliens and in providing safe haven from those that enter illegally. The coordinator of the event, Stasyi Barth, who was a prime mover in the turnabout of the busses attempting to convey illegal entrants to be housed in Murieta California says that there needs to be stronger border controls and that the government is shirking its constitutional requirements to protect the nation.

  • Citizens in San Diego, California protest the ineffective action and apparent complacency of the Fedreal, State and Local governments in securing the borders against entry of illegal aliens and in providing safe haven from those that enter illegally. The coordinator of the event, Stasyi Barth, who was a prime mover in the turnabout of the busses attempting to convey illegal entrants to be housed in Murieta California says that there needs to be stronger border controls and that the government is shirking its constitutional requirements to protect the nation.

  • Citizens in San Diego, California protest the ineffective action and apparent complacency of the Fedreal, State and Local governments in securing the borders against entry of illegal aliens and in providing safe haven from those that enter illegally. The coordinator of the event, Stasyi Barth, who was a prime mover in the turnabout of the busses attempting to convey illegal entrants to be housed in Murieta California says that there needs to be stronger border controls and that the government is shirking its constitutional requirements to protect the nation.

  • Citizens in San Diego, California protest the ineffective action and apparent complacency of the Fedreal, State and Local governments in securing the borders against entry of illegal aliens and in providing safe haven from those that enter illegally. The coordinator of the event, Stasyi Barth, who was a prime mover in the turnabout of the busses attempting to convey illegal entrants to be housed in Murieta California says that there needs to be stronger border controls and that the government is shirking its constitutional requirements to protect the nation.

  • Citizens in San Diego, California protest the ineffective action and apparent complacency of the Fedreal, State and Local governments in securing the borders against entry of illegal aliens and in providing safe haven from those that enter illegally. The coordinator of the event, Stasyi Barth, who was a prime mover in the turnabout of the busses attempting to convey illegal entrants to be housed in Murieta California says that there needs to be stronger border controls and that the government is shirking its constitutional requirements to protect the nation.

  • Citizens in San Diego, California protest the ineffective action and apparent complacency of the Fedreal, State and Local governments in securing the borders against entry of illegal aliens and in providing safe haven from those that enter illegally. The coordinator of the event, Stasyi Barth, who was a prime mover in the turnabout of the busses attempting to convey illegal entrants to be housed in Murieta California says that there needs to be stronger border controls and that the government is shirking its constitutional requirements to protect the nation.

  • Citizens in San Diego, California protest the ineffective action and apparent complacency of the Fedreal, State and Local governments in securing the borders against entry of illegal aliens and in providing safe haven from those that enter illegally. The coordinator of the event, Stasyi Barth, who was a prime mover in the turnabout of the busses attempting to convey illegal entrants to be housed in Murieta California says that there needs to be stronger border controls and that the government is shirking its constitutional requirements to protect the nation.

  • Citizens in San Diego, California protest the ineffective action and apparent complacency of the Fedreal, State and Local governments in securing the borders against entry of illegal aliens and in providing safe haven from those that enter illegally. The coordinator of the event, Stasyi Barth, who was a prime mover in the turnabout of the busses attempting to convey illegal entrants to be housed in Murieta California says that there needs to be stronger border controls and that the government is shirking its constitutional requirements to protect the nation.

  • Citizens in San Diego, California protest the ineffective action and apparent complacency of the Fedreal, State and Local governments in securing the borders against entry of illegal aliens and in providing safe haven from those that enter illegally. The coordinator of the event, Stasyi Barth, who was a prime mover in the turnabout of the busses attempting to convey illegal entrants to be housed in Murieta California says that there needs to be stronger border controls and that the government is shirking its constitutional requirements to protect the nation.

  • Citizens in San Diego, California protest the ineffective action and apparent complacency of the Fedreal, State and Local governments in securing the borders against entry of illegal aliens and in providing safe haven from those that enter illegally. The coordinator of the event, Stasyi Barth, who was a prime mover in the turnabout of the busses attempting to convey illegal entrants to be housed in Murieta California says that there needs to be stronger border controls and that the government is shirking its constitutional requirements to protect the nation.

  • Citizens in San Diego, California protest the ineffective action and apparent complacency of the Fedreal, State and Local governments in securing the borders against entry of illegal aliens and in providing safe haven from those that enter illegally. The coordinator of the event, Stasyi Barth, who was a prime mover in the turnabout of the busses attempting to convey illegal entrants to be housed in Murieta California says that there needs to be stronger border controls and that the government is shirking its constitutional requirements to protect the nation.

  • Citizens in San Diego, California protest the ineffective action and apparent complacency of the Fedreal, State and Local governments in securing the borders against entry of illegal aliens and in providing safe haven from those that enter illegally. The coordinator of the event, Stasyi Barth, who was a prime mover in the turnabout of the busses attempting to convey illegal entrants to be housed in Murieta California says that there needs to be stronger border controls and that the government is shirking its constitutional requirements to protect the nation.

  • Citizens in San Diego, California protest the ineffective action and apparent complacency of the Fedreal, State and Local governments in securing the borders against entry of illegal aliens and in providing safe haven from those that enter illegally. The coordinator of the event, Stasyi Barth, who was a prime mover in the turnabout of the busses attempting to convey illegal entrants to be housed in Murieta California says that there needs to be stronger border controls and that the government is shirking its constitutional requirements to protect the nation.

  • Citizens in San Diego, California protest the ineffective action and apparent complacency of the Fedreal, State and Local governments in securing the borders against entry of illegal aliens and in providing safe haven from those that enter illegally. The coordinator of the event, Stasyi Barth, who was a prime mover in the turnabout of the busses attempting to convey illegal entrants to be housed in Murieta California says that there needs to be stronger border controls and that the government is shirking its constitutional requirements to protect the nation.

  • Citizens in San Diego, California protest the ineffective action and apparent complacency of the Fedreal, State and Local governments in securing the borders against entry of illegal aliens and in providing safe haven from those that enter illegally. The coordinator of the event, Stasyi Barth, who was a prime mover in the turnabout of the busses attempting to convey illegal entrants to be housed in Murieta California says that there needs to be stronger border controls and that the government is shirking its constitutional requirements to protect the nation.

  • Citizens in San Diego, California protest the ineffective action and apparent complacency of the Fedreal, State and Local governments in securing the borders against entry of illegal aliens and in providing safe haven from those that enter illegally. The coordinator of the event, Stasyi Barth, who was a prime mover in the turnabout of the busses attempting to convey illegal entrants to be housed in Murieta California says that there needs to be stronger border controls and that the government is shirking its constitutional requirements to protect the nation.

  • Citizens in San Diego, California protest the ineffective action and apparent complacency of the Fedreal, State and Local governments in securing the borders against entry of illegal aliens and in providing safe haven from those that enter illegally. The coordinator of the event, Stasyi Barth, who was a prime mover in the turnabout of the busses attempting to convey illegal entrants to be housed in Murieta California says that there needs to be stronger border controls and that the government is shirking its constitutional requirements to protect the nation.

  • Citizens in San Diego, California protest the ineffective action and apparent complacency of the Fedreal, State and Local governments in securing the borders against entry of illegal aliens and in providing safe haven from those that enter illegally. The coordinator of the event, Stasyi Barth, who was a prime mover in the turnabout of the busses attempting to convey illegal entrants to be housed in Murieta California says that there needs to be stronger border controls and that the government is shirking its constitutional requirements to protect the nation.

  • Citizens in San Diego, California protest the ineffective action and apparent complacency of the Fedreal, State and Local governments in securing the borders against entry of illegal aliens and in providing safe haven from those that enter illegally. The coordinator of the event, Stasyi Barth, who was a prime mover in the turnabout of the busses attempting to convey illegal entrants to be housed in Murieta California says that there needs to be stronger border controls and that the government is shirking its constitutional requirements to protect the nation.

  • Citizens in San Diego, California protest the ineffective action and apparent complacency of the Fedreal, State and Local governments in securing the borders against entry of illegal aliens and in providing safe haven from those that enter illegally. The coordinator of the event, Stasyi Barth, who was a prime mover in the turnabout of the busses attempting to convey illegal entrants to be housed in Murieta California says that there needs to be stronger border controls and that the government is shirking its constitutional requirements to protect the nation.

  • Citizens in San Diego, California protest the ineffective action and apparent complacency of the Fedreal, State and Local governments in securing the borders against entry of illegal aliens and in providing safe haven from those that enter illegally. The coordinator of the event, Stasyi Barth, who was a prime mover in the turnabout of the busses attempting to convey illegal entrants to be housed in Murieta California says that there needs to be stronger border controls and that the government is shirking its constitutional requirements to protect the nation.

  • Citizens in San Diego, California protest the ineffective action and apparent complacency of the Fedreal, State and Local governments in securing the borders against entry of illegal aliens and in providing safe haven from those that enter illegally. The coordinator of the event, Stasyi Barth, who was a prime mover in the turnabout of the busses attempting to convey illegal entrants to be housed in Murieta California says that there needs to be stronger border controls and that the government is shirking its constitutional requirements to protect the nation.

  • Citizens in San Diego, California protest the ineffective action and apparent complacency of the Fedreal, State and Local governments in securing the borders against entry of illegal aliens and in providing safe haven from those that enter illegally. The coordinator of the event, Stasyi Barth, who was a prime mover in the turnabout of the busses attempting to convey illegal entrants to be housed in Murieta California says that there needs to be stronger border controls and that the government is shirking its constitutional requirements to protect the nation.

  • Citizens in San Diego, California protest the ineffective action and apparent complacency of the Fedreal, State and Local governments in securing the borders against entry of illegal aliens and in providing safe haven from those that enter illegally. The coordinator of the event, Stasyi Barth, who was a prime mover in the turnabout of the busses attempting to convey illegal entrants to be housed in Murieta California says that there needs to be stronger border controls and that the government is shirking its constitutional requirements to protect the nation.

  • Citizens in San Diego, California protest the ineffective action and apparent complacency of the Fedreal, State and Local governments in securing the borders against entry of illegal aliens and in providing safe haven from those that enter illegally. The coordinator of the event, Stasyi Barth, who was a prime mover in the turnabout of the busses attempting to convey illegal entrants to be housed in Murieta California says that there needs to be stronger border controls and that the government is shirking its constitutional requirements to protect the nation.

  • Citizens in San Diego, California protest the ineffective action and apparent complacency of the Fedreal, State and Local governments in securing the borders against entry of illegal aliens and in providing safe haven from those that enter illegally. The coordinator of the event, Stasyi Barth, who was a prime mover in the turnabout of the busses attempting to convey illegal entrants to be housed in Murieta California says that there needs to be stronger border controls and that the government is shirking its constitutional requirements to protect the nation.

  • Citizens in San Diego, California protest the ineffective action and apparent complacency of the Fedreal, State and Local governments in securing the borders against entry of illegal aliens and in providing safe haven from those that enter illegally. The coordinator of the event, Stasyi Barth, who was a prime mover in the turnabout of the busses attempting to convey illegal entrants to be housed in Murieta California says that there needs to be stronger border controls and that the government is shirking its constitutional requirements to protect the nation.

  • Citizens in San Diego, California protest the ineffective action and apparent complacency of the Fedreal, State and Local governments in securing the borders against entry of illegal aliens and in providing safe haven from those that enter illegally. The coordinator of the event, Stasyi Barth, who was a prime mover in the turnabout of the busses attempting to convey illegal entrants to be housed in Murieta California says that there needs to be stronger border controls and that the government is shirking its constitutional requirements to protect the nation.

  • Citizens in San Diego, California protest the ineffective action and apparent complacency of the Fedreal, State and Local governments in securing the borders against entry of illegal aliens and in providing safe haven from those that enter illegally. The coordinator of the event, Stasyi Barth, who was a prime mover in the turnabout of the busses attempting to convey illegal entrants to be housed in Murieta California says that there needs to be stronger border controls and that the government is shirking its constitutional requirements to protect the nation.

  • Citizens in San Diego, California protest the ineffective action and apparent complacency of the Fedreal, State and Local governments in securing the borders against entry of illegal aliens and in providing safe haven from those that enter illegally. The coordinator of the event, Stasyi Barth, who was a prime mover in the turnabout of the busses attempting to convey illegal entrants to be housed in Murieta California says that there needs to be stronger border controls and that the government is shirking its constitutional requirements to protect the nation.

  • Citizens in San Diego, California protest the ineffective action and apparent complacency of the Fedreal, State and Local governments in securing the borders against entry of illegal aliens and in providing safe haven from those that enter illegally. The coordinator of the event, Stasyi Barth, who was a prime mover in the turnabout of the busses attempting to convey illegal entrants to be housed in Murieta California says that there needs to be stronger border controls and that the government is shirking its constitutional requirements to protect the nation.

  • Citizens in San Diego, California protest the ineffective action and apparent complacency of the Fedreal, State and Local governments in securing the borders against entry of illegal aliens and in providing safe haven from those that enter illegally. The coordinator of the event, Stasyi Barth, who was a prime mover in the turnabout of the busses attempting to convey illegal entrants to be housed in Murieta California says that there needs to be stronger border controls and that the government is shirking its constitutional requirements to protect the nation.

  • Citizens in San Diego, California protest the ineffective action and apparent complacency of the Fedreal, State and Local governments in securing the borders against entry of illegal aliens and in providing safe haven from those that enter illegally. The coordinator of the event, Stasyi Barth, who was a prime mover in the turnabout of the busses attempting to convey illegal entrants to be housed in Murieta California says that there needs to be stronger border controls and that the government is shirking its constitutional requirements to protect the nation.

  • Citizens in San Diego, California protest the ineffective action and apparent complacency of the Fedreal, State and Local governments in securing the borders against entry of illegal aliens and in providing safe haven from those that enter illegally. The coordinator of the event, Stasyi Barth, who was a prime mover in the turnabout of the busses attempting to convey illegal entrants to be housed in Murieta California says that there needs to be stronger border controls and that the government is shirking its constitutional requirements to protect the nation.

  • Citizens in San Diego, California protest the ineffective action and apparent complacency of the Fedreal, State and Local governments in securing the borders against entry of illegal aliens and in providing safe haven from those that enter illegally. The coordinator of the event, Stasyi Barth, who was a prime mover in the turnabout of the busses attempting to convey illegal entrants to be housed in Murieta California says that there needs to be stronger border controls and that the government is shirking its constitutional requirements to protect the nation.

  • Citizens in San Diego, California protest the ineffective action and apparent complacency of the Fedreal, State and Local governments in securing the borders against entry of illegal aliens and in providing safe haven from those that enter illegally. The coordinator of the event, Stasyi Barth, who was a prime mover in the turnabout of the busses attempting to convey illegal entrants to be housed in Murieta California says that there needs to be stronger border controls and that the government is shirking its constitutional requirements to protect the nation.

  • Citizens in San Diego, California protest the ineffective action and apparent complacency of the Fedreal, State and Local governments in securing the borders against entry of illegal aliens and in providing safe haven from those that enter illegally. The coordinator of the event, Stasyi Barth, who was a prime mover in the turnabout of the busses attempting to convey illegal entrants to be housed in Murieta California says that there needs to be stronger border controls and that the government is shirking its constitutional requirements to protect the nation.

  • Citizens in San Diego, California protest the ineffective action and apparent complacency of the Fedreal, State and Local governments in securing the borders against entry of illegal aliens and in providing safe haven from those that enter illegally. The coordinator of the event, Stasyi Barth, who was a prime mover in the turnabout of the busses attempting to convey illegal entrants to be housed in Murieta California says that there needs to be stronger border controls and that the government is shirking its constitutional requirements to protect the nation.

  • Citizens in San Diego, California protest the ineffective action and apparent complacency of the Fedreal, State and Local governments in securing the borders against entry of illegal aliens and in providing safe haven from those that enter illegally. The coordinator of the event, Stasyi Barth, who was a prime mover in the turnabout of the busses attempting to convey illegal entrants to be housed in Murieta California says that there needs to be stronger border controls and that the government is shirking its constitutional requirements to protect the nation.

  • Citizens in San Diego, California protest the ineffective action and apparent complacency of the Fedreal, State and Local governments in securing the borders against entry of illegal aliens and in providing safe haven from those that enter illegally. The coordinator of the event, Stasyi Barth, who was a prime mover in the turnabout of the busses attempting to convey illegal entrants to be housed in Murieta California says that there needs to be stronger border controls and that the government is shirking its constitutional requirements to protect the nation.

  • Citizens in San Diego, California protest the ineffective action and apparent complacency of the Fedreal, State and Local governments in securing the borders against entry of illegal aliens and in providing safe haven from those that enter illegally. The coordinator of the event, Stasyi Barth, who was a prime mover in the turnabout of the busses attempting to convey illegal entrants to be housed in Murieta California says that there needs to be stronger border controls and that the government is shirking its constitutional requirements to protect the nation.

  • Citizens in San Diego, California protest the ineffective action and apparent complacency of the Fedreal, State and Local governments in securing the borders against entry of illegal aliens and in providing safe haven from those that enter illegally. The coordinator of the event, Stasyi Barth, who was a prime mover in the turnabout of the busses attempting to convey illegal entrants to be housed in Murieta California says that there needs to be stronger border controls and that the government is shirking its constitutional requirements to protect the nation.

  • Citizens in San Diego, California protest the ineffective action and apparent complacency of the Fedreal, State and Local governments in securing the borders against entry of illegal aliens and in providing safe haven from those that enter illegally. The coordinator of the event, Stasyi Barth, who was a prime mover in the turnabout of the busses attempting to convey illegal entrants to be housed in Murieta California says that there needs to be stronger border controls and that the government is shirking its constitutional requirements to protect the nation.

  • Citizens in San Diego, California protest the ineffective action and apparent complacency of the Fedreal, State and Local governments in securing the borders against entry of illegal aliens and in providing safe haven from those that enter illegally. The coordinator of the event, Stasyi Barth, who was a prime mover in the turnabout of the busses attempting to convey illegal entrants to be housed in Murieta California says that there needs to be stronger border controls and that the government is shirking its constitutional requirements to protect the nation.

  • Citizens in San Diego, California protest the ineffective action and apparent complacency of the Fedreal, State and Local governments in securing the borders against entry of illegal aliens and in providing safe haven from those that enter illegally. The coordinator of the event, Stasyi Barth, who was a prime mover in the turnabout of the busses attempting to convey illegal entrants to be housed in Murieta California says that there needs to be stronger border controls and that the government is shirking its constitutional requirements to protect the nation.

  • Citizens in San Diego, California protest the ineffective action and apparent complacency of the Fedreal, State and Local governments in securing the borders against entry of illegal aliens and in providing safe haven from those that enter illegally. The coordinator of the event, Stasyi Barth, who was a prime mover in the turnabout of the busses attempting to convey illegal entrants to be housed in Murieta California says that there needs to be stronger border controls and that the government is shirking its constitutional requirements to protect the nation.

  • Citizens in San Diego, California protest the ineffective action and apparent complacency of the Fedreal, State and Local governments in securing the borders against entry of illegal aliens and in providing safe haven from those that enter illegally. The coordinator of the event, Stasyi Barth, who was a prime mover in the turnabout of the busses attempting to convey illegal entrants to be housed in Murieta California says that there needs to be stronger border controls and that the government is shirking its constitutional requirements to protect the nation.

  • Citizens in San Diego, California protest the ineffective action and apparent complacency of the Fedreal, State and Local governments in securing the borders against entry of illegal aliens and in providing safe haven from those that enter illegally. The coordinator of the event, Stasyi Barth, who was a prime mover in the turnabout of the busses attempting to convey illegal entrants to be housed in Murieta California says that there needs to be stronger border controls and that the government is shirking its constitutional requirements to protect the nation.

  • Citizens in San Diego, California protest the ineffective action and apparent complacency of the Fedreal, State and Local governments in securing the borders against entry of illegal aliens and in providing safe haven from those that enter illegally. The coordinator of the event, Stasyi Barth, who was a prime mover in the turnabout of the busses attempting to convey illegal entrants to be housed in Murieta California says that there needs to be stronger border controls and that the government is shirking its constitutional requirements to protect the nation.

  • Citizens in San Diego, California protest the ineffective action and apparent complacency of the Fedreal, State and Local governments in securing the borders against entry of illegal aliens and in providing safe haven from those that enter illegally. The coordinator of the event, Stasyi Barth, who was a prime mover in the turnabout of the busses attempting to convey illegal entrants to be housed in Murieta California says that there needs to be stronger border controls and that the government is shirking its constitutional requirements to protect the nation.

  • Citizens in San Diego, California protest the ineffective action and apparent complacency of the Fedreal, State and Local governments in securing the borders against entry of illegal aliens and in providing safe haven from those that enter illegally. The coordinator of the event, Stasyi Barth, who was a prime mover in the turnabout of the busses attempting to convey illegal entrants to be housed in Murieta California says that there needs to be stronger border controls and that the government is shirking its constitutional requirements to protect the nation.

  • Citizens in San Diego, California protest the ineffective action and apparent complacency of the Fedreal, State and Local governments in securing the borders against entry of illegal aliens and in providing safe haven from those that enter illegally. The coordinator of the event, Stasyi Barth, who was a prime mover in the turnabout of the busses attempting to convey illegal entrants to be housed in Murieta California says that there needs to be stronger border controls and that the government is shirking its constitutional requirements to protect the nation.

  • Citizens in San Diego, California protest the ineffective action and apparent complacency of the Fedreal, State and Local governments in securing the borders against entry of illegal aliens and in providing safe haven from those that enter illegally. The coordinator of the event, Stasyi Barth, who was a prime mover in the turnabout of the busses attempting to convey illegal entrants to be housed in Murieta California says that there needs to be stronger border controls and that the government is shirking its constitutional requirements to protect the nation.

  • Citizens in San Diego, California protest the ineffective action and apparent complacency of the Fedreal, State and Local governments in securing the borders against entry of illegal aliens and in providing safe haven from those that enter illegally. The coordinator of the event, Stasyi Barth, who was a prime mover in the turnabout of the busses attempting to convey illegal entrants to be housed in Murieta California says that there needs to be stronger border controls and that the government is shirking its constitutional requirements to protect the nation.

  • Citizens in San Diego, California protest the ineffective action and apparent complacency of the Fedreal, State and Local governments in securing the borders against entry of illegal aliens and in providing safe haven from those that enter illegally. The coordinator of the event, Stasyi Barth, who was a prime mover in the turnabout of the busses attempting to convey illegal entrants to be housed in Murieta California says that there needs to be stronger border controls and that the government is shirking its constitutional requirements to protect the nation.

  • Citizens in San Diego, California protest the ineffective action and apparent complacency of the Fedreal, State and Local governments in securing the borders against entry of illegal aliens and in providing safe haven from those that enter illegally. The coordinator of the event, Stasyi Barth, who was a prime mover in the turnabout of the busses attempting to convey illegal entrants to be housed in Murieta California says that there needs to be stronger border controls and that the government is shirking its constitutional requirements to protect the nation.

  • Citizens in San Diego, California protest the ineffective action and apparent complacency of the Fedreal, State and Local governments in securing the borders against entry of illegal aliens and in providing safe haven from those that enter illegally. The coordinator of the event, Stasyi Barth, who was a prime mover in the turnabout of the busses attempting to convey illegal entrants to be housed in Murieta California says that there needs to be stronger border controls and that the government is shirking its constitutional requirements to protect the nation.

  • Citizens in San Diego, California protest the ineffective action and apparent complacency of the Fedreal, State and Local governments in securing the borders against entry of illegal aliens and in providing safe haven from those that enter illegally. The coordinator of the event, Stasyi Barth, who was a prime mover in the turnabout of the busses attempting to convey illegal entrants to be housed in Murieta California says that there needs to be stronger border controls and that the government is shirking its constitutional requirements to protect the nation.

  • Citizens in San Diego, California protest the ineffective action and apparent complacency of the Fedreal, State and Local governments in securing the borders against entry of illegal aliens and in providing safe haven from those that enter illegally. The coordinator of the event, Stasyi Barth, who was a prime mover in the turnabout of the busses attempting to convey illegal entrants to be housed in Murieta California says that there needs to be stronger border controls and that the government is shirking its constitutional requirements to protect the nation.

  • Citizens in San Diego, California protest the ineffective action and apparent complacency of the Fedreal, State and Local governments in securing the borders against entry of illegal aliens and in providing safe haven from those that enter illegally. The coordinator of the event, Stasyi Barth, who was a prime mover in the turnabout of the busses attempting to convey illegal entrants to be housed in Murieta California says that there needs to be stronger border controls and that the government is shirking its constitutional requirements to protect the nation.

  • Citizens in San Diego, California protest the ineffective action and apparent complacency of the Fedreal, State and Local governments in securing the borders against entry of illegal aliens and in providing safe haven from those that enter illegally. The coordinator of the event, Stasyi Barth, who was a prime mover in the turnabout of the busses attempting to convey illegal entrants to be housed in Murieta California says that there needs to be stronger border controls and that the government is shirking its constitutional requirements to protect the nation.

  • Citizens in San Diego, California protest the ineffective action and apparent complacency of the Fedreal, State and Local governments in securing the borders against entry of illegal aliens and in providing safe haven from those that enter illegally. The coordinator of the event, Stasyi Barth, who was a prime mover in the turnabout of the busses attempting to convey illegal entrants to be housed in Murieta California says that there needs to be stronger border controls and that the government is shirking its constitutional requirements to protect the nation.

  • Citizens in San Diego, California protest the ineffective action and apparent complacency of the Fedreal, State and Local governments in securing the borders against entry of illegal aliens and in providing safe haven from those that enter illegally. The coordinator of the event, Stasyi Barth, who was a prime mover in the turnabout of the busses attempting to convey illegal entrants to be housed in Murieta California says that there needs to be stronger border controls and that the government is shirking its constitutional requirements to protect the nation.

  • Citizens in San Diego, California protest the ineffective action and apparent complacency of the Fedreal, State and Local governments in securing the borders against entry of illegal aliens and in providing safe haven from those that enter illegally. The coordinator of the event, Stasyi Barth, who was a prime mover in the turnabout of the busses attempting to convey illegal entrants to be housed in Murieta California says that there needs to be stronger border controls and that the government is shirking its constitutional requirements to protect the nation.

  • Citizens take to the streets in the annual Cesar Chavez March in San Antonio, Texas. Waving flags printed with the flying eagle logo of the United Farm Workers founded by Chavez to press for recognition of farm worker rights in California, marchers cry out "Si, se puede" as they voice their enthusiasm for the rights of workers to fair pay and fair treatment in employment and other areas. In addition to those supporting the original vision of Chavez, the group also comprised other groups that wanted to use the occasion to voice their support for other kinds of rights for various other groups.

  • Citizens take to the streets in the annual Cesar Chavez March in San Antonio, Texas. Waving flags printed with the flying eagle logo of the United Farm Workers founded by Chavez to press for recognition of farm worker rights in California, marchers cry out "Si, se puede" as they voice their enthusiasm for the rights of workers to fair pay and fair treatment in employment and other areas. In addition to those supporting the original vision of Chavez, the group also comprised other groups that wanted to use the occasion to voice their support for other kinds of rights for various other groups.

  • Citizens take to the streets in the annual Cesar Chavez March in San Antonio, Texas. Waving flags printed with the flying eagle logo of the United Farm Workers founded by Chavez to press for recognition of farm worker rights in California, marchers cry out "Si, se puede" as they voice their enthusiasm for the rights of workers to fair pay and fair treatment in employment and other areas. In addition to those supporting the original vision of Chavez, the group also comprised other groups that wanted to use the occasion to voice their support for other kinds of rights for various other groups.

  • Citizens take to the streets in the annual Cesar Chavez March in San Antonio, Texas. Waving flags printed with the flying eagle logo of the United Farm Workers founded by Chavez to press for recognition of farm worker rights in California, marchers cry out "Si, se puede" as they voice their enthusiasm for the rights of workers to fair pay and fair treatment in employment and other areas. In addition to those supporting the original vision of Chavez, the group also comprised other groups that wanted to use the occasion to voice their support for other kinds of rights for various other groups.

  • Citizens take to the streets in the annual Cesar Chavez March in San Antonio, Texas. Waving flags printed with the flying eagle logo of the United Farm Workers founded by Chavez to press for recognition of farm worker rights in California, marchers cry out "Si, se puede" as they voice their enthusiasm for the rights of workers to fair pay and fair treatment in employment and other areas. In addition to those supporting the original vision of Chavez, the group also comprised other groups that wanted to use the occasion to voice their support for other kinds of rights for various other groups.

  • Citizens take to the streets in the annual Cesar Chavez March in San Antonio, Texas. Waving flags printed with the flying eagle logo of the United Farm Workers founded by Chavez to press for recognition of farm worker rights in California, marchers cry out "Si, se puede" as they voice their enthusiasm for the rights of workers to fair pay and fair treatment in employment and other areas. In addition to those supporting the original vision of Chavez, the group also comprised other groups that wanted to use the occasion to voice their support for other kinds of rights for various other groups.

  • Led by local and well known civil rights activist Gabriel Velasquez, citizens take to the streets in the annual Cesar Chavez March in San Antonio, Texas. Waving flags printed with the flying eagle logo of the United Farm Workers founded by Chavez to press for recognition of farm worker rights in California, marchers cry out "Si, se puede" as they voice their enthusiasm for the rights of workers to fair pay and fair treatment in employment and other areas. In addition to those supporting the original vision of Chavez, the group also comprised others that wanted to use the occasion to voice their support for other kinds of rights for various other groups as well as those urging support for various congressional political candidates in the upcoming November 2016 elections..

  • Led by local and well known civil rights activist Gabriel Velasquez, citizens take to the streets in the annual Cesar Chavez March in San Antonio, Texas. Waving flags printed with the flying eagle logo of the United Farm Workers founded by Chavez to press for recognition of farm worker rights in California, marchers cry out "Si, se puede" as they voice their enthusiasm for the rights of workers to fair pay and fair treatment in employment and other areas. In addition to those supporting the original vision of Chavez, the group also comprised others that wanted to use the occasion to voice their support for other kinds of rights for various other groups as well as those urging support for various congressional political candidates in the upcoming November 2016 elections..

  • Led by local and well known civil rights activist Gabriel Velasquez, citizens take to the streets in the annual Cesar Chavez March in San Antonio, Texas. Waving flags printed with the flying eagle logo of the United Farm Workers founded by Chavez to press for recognition of farm worker rights in California, marchers cry out "Si, se puede" as they voice their enthusiasm for the rights of workers to fair pay and fair treatment in employment and other areas. In addition to those supporting the original vision of Chavez, the group also comprised others that wanted to use the occasion to voice their support for other kinds of rights for various other groups as well as those urging support for various congressional political candidates in the upcoming November 2016 elections..

  • Citizens take to the streets in the annual Cesar Chavez March in San Antonio, Texas. Waving flags printed with the flying eagle logo of the United Farm Workers founded by Chavez to press for recognition of farm worker rights in California, marchers cry out "Si, se puede" as they voice their enthusiasm for the rights of workers to fair pay and fair treatment in employment and other areas. In addition to those supporting the original vision of Chavez, the group also comprised other groups that wanted to use the occasion to voice their support for other kinds of rights for various other groups.

  • Led by local and well known civil rights activist Gabriel Velasquez, citizens take to the streets in the annual Cesar Chavez March in San Antonio, Texas. Waving flags printed with the flying eagle logo of the United Farm Workers founded by Chavez to press for recognition of farm worker rights in California, marchers cry out "Si, se puede" as they voice their enthusiasm for the rights of workers to fair pay and fair treatment in employment and other areas. In addition to those supporting the original vision of Chavez, the group also comprised others that wanted to use the occasion to voice their support for other kinds of rights for various other groups as well as those urging support for various congressional political candidates in the upcoming November 2016 elections..

  • Citizens take to the streets in the annual Cesar Chavez March in San Antonio, Texas. Waving flags printed with the flying eagle logo of the United Farm Workers founded by Chavez to press for recognition of farm worker rights in California, marchers cry out "Si, se puede" as they voice their enthusiasm for the rights of workers to fair pay and fair treatment in employment and other areas. In addition to those supporting the original vision of Chavez, the group also comprised other groups that wanted to use the occasion to voice their support for other kinds of rights for various other groups.

  • Citizens take to the streets in the annual Cesar Chavez March in San Antonio, Texas. Waving flags printed with the flying eagle logo of the United Farm Workers founded by Chavez to press for recognition of farm worker rights in California, marchers cry out "Si, se puede" as they voice their enthusiasm for the rights of workers to fair pay and fair treatment in employment and other areas. In addition to those supporting the original vision of Chavez, the group also comprised other groups that wanted to use the occasion to voice their support for other kinds of rights for various other groups.

  • Citizens take to the streets in the annual Cesar Chavez March in San Antonio, Texas. Waving flags printed with the flying eagle logo of the United Farm Workers founded by Chavez to press for recognition of farm worker rights in California, marchers cry out "Si, se puede" as they voice their enthusiasm for the rights of workers to fair pay and fair treatment in employment and other areas. In addition to those supporting the original vision of Chavez, the group also comprised other groups that wanted to use the occasion to voice their support for other kinds of rights for various other groups.

  • Citizens take to the streets in the annual Cesar Chavez March in San Antonio, Texas. Waving flags printed with the flying eagle logo of the United Farm Workers founded by Chavez to press for recognition of farm worker rights in California, marchers cry out "Si, se puede" as they voice their enthusiasm for the rights of workers to fair pay and fair treatment in employment and other areas. In addition to those supporting the original vision of Chavez, the group also comprised other groups that wanted to use the occasion to voice their support for other kinds of rights for various other groups.

  • Citizens take to the streets in the annual Cesar Chavez March in San Antonio, Texas. Waving flags printed with the flying eagle logo of the United Farm Workers founded by Chavez to press for recognition of farm worker rights in California, marchers cry out "Si, se puede" as they voice their enthusiasm for the rights of workers to fair pay and fair treatment in employment and other areas. In addition to those supporting the original vision of Chavez, the group also comprised other groups that wanted to use the occasion to voice their support for other kinds of rights for various other groups.

  • Citizens take to the streets in the annual Cesar Chavez March in San Antonio, Texas. Waving flags printed with the flying eagle logo of the United Farm Workers founded by Chavez to press for recognition of farm worker rights in California, marchers cry out "Si, se puede" as they voice their enthusiasm for the rights of workers to fair pay and fair treatment in employment and other areas. In addition to those supporting the original vision of Chavez, the group also comprised other groups that wanted to use the occasion to voice their support for other kinds of rights for various other groups.

  • Citizens take to the streets in the annual Cesar Chavez March in San Antonio, Texas. Waving flags printed with the flying eagle logo of the United Farm Workers founded by Chavez to press for recognition of farm worker rights in California, marchers cry out "Si, se puede" as they voice their enthusiasm for the rights of workers to fair pay and fair treatment in employment and other areas. In addition to those supporting the original vision of Chavez, the group also comprised other groups that wanted to use the occasion to voice their support for other kinds of rights for various other groups.

  • Citizens take to the streets in the annual Cesar Chavez March in San Antonio, Texas. Waving flags printed with the flying eagle logo of the United Farm Workers founded by Chavez to press for recognition of farm worker rights in California, marchers cry out "Si, se puede" as they voice their enthusiasm for the rights of workers to fair pay and fair treatment in employment and other areas. In addition to those supporting the original vision of Chavez, the group also comprised other groups that wanted to use the occasion to voice their support for other kinds of rights for various other groups.

  • Citizens take to the streets in the annual Cesar Chavez March in San Antonio, Texas. Waving flags printed with the flying eagle logo of the United Farm Workers founded by Chavez to press for recognition of farm worker rights in California, marchers cry out "Si, se puede" as they voice their enthusiasm for the rights of workers to fair pay and fair treatment in employment and other areas. In addition to those supporting the original vision of Chavez, the group also comprised other groups that wanted to use the occasion to voice their support for other kinds of rights for various other groups.

  • Citizens take to the streets in the annual Cesar Chavez March in San Antonio, Texas. Waving flags printed with the flying eagle logo of the United Farm Workers founded by Chavez to press for recognition of farm worker rights in California, marchers cry out "Si, se puede" as they voice their enthusiasm for the rights of workers to fair pay and fair treatment in employment and other areas. In addition to those supporting the original vision of Chavez, the group also comprised other groups that wanted to use the occasion to voice their support for other kinds of rights for various other groups.

  • Citizens take to the streets in the annual Cesar Chavez March in San Antonio, Texas. Waving flags printed with the flying eagle logo of the United Farm Workers founded by Chavez to press for recognition of farm worker rights in California, marchers cry out "Si, se puede" as they voice their enthusiasm for the rights of workers to fair pay and fair treatment in employment and other areas. In addition to those supporting the original vision of Chavez, the group also comprised other groups that wanted to use the occasion to voice their support for other kinds of rights for various other groups.

  • Citizens take to the streets in the annual Cesar Chavez March in San Antonio, Texas. Waving flags printed with the flying eagle logo of the United Farm Workers founded by Chavez to press for recognition of farm worker rights in California, marchers cry out "Si, se puede" as they voice their enthusiasm for the rights of workers to fair pay and fair treatment in employment and other areas. In addition to those supporting the original vision of Chavez, the group also comprised other groups that wanted to use the occasion to voice their support for other kinds of rights for various other groups.

  • Citizens take to the streets in the annual Cesar Chavez March in San Antonio, Texas. Waving flags printed with the flying eagle logo of the United Farm Workers founded by Chavez to press for recognition of farm worker rights in California, marchers cry out "Si, se puede" as they voice their enthusiasm for the rights of workers to fair pay and fair treatment in employment and other areas. In addition to those supporting the original vision of Chavez, the group also comprised other groups that wanted to use the occasion to voice their support for other kinds of rights for various other groups.

  • Citizens take to the streets in the annual Cesar Chavez March in San Antonio, Texas. Waving flags printed with the flying eagle logo of the United Farm Workers founded by Chavez to press for recognition of farm worker rights in California, marchers cry out "Si, se puede" as they voice their enthusiasm for the rights of workers to fair pay and fair treatment in employment and other areas. In addition to those supporting the original vision of Chavez, the group also comprised other groups that wanted to use the occasion to voice their support for other kinds of rights for various other groups.

  • Citizens take to the streets in the annual Cesar Chavez March in San Antonio, Texas. Waving flags printed with the flying eagle logo of the United Farm Workers founded by Chavez to press for recognition of farm worker rights in California, marchers cry out "Si, se puede" as they voice their enthusiasm for the rights of workers to fair pay and fair treatment in employment and other areas. In addition to those supporting the original vision of Chavez, the group also comprised other groups that wanted to use the occasion to voice their support for other kinds of rights for various other groups.

  • Citizens take to the streets in the annual Cesar Chavez March in San Antonio, Texas. Waving flags printed with the flying eagle logo of the United Farm Workers founded by Chavez to press for recognition of farm worker rights in California, marchers cry out "Si, se puede" as they voice their enthusiasm for the rights of workers to fair pay and fair treatment in employment and other areas. In addition to those supporting the original vision of Chavez, the group also comprised other groups that wanted to use the occasion to voice their support for other kinds of rights for various other groups.

  • Citizens take to the streets in the annual Cesar Chavez March in San Antonio, Texas. Waving flags printed with the flying eagle logo of the United Farm Workers founded by Chavez to press for recognition of farm worker rights in California, marchers cry out "Si, se puede" as they voice their enthusiasm for the rights of workers to fair pay and fair treatment in employment and other areas. In addition to those supporting the original vision of Chavez, the group also comprised other groups that wanted to use the occasion to voice their support for other kinds of rights for various other groups.

  • Citizens take to the streets in the annual Cesar Chavez March in San Antonio, Texas. Waving flags printed with the flying eagle logo of the United Farm Workers founded by Chavez to press for recognition of farm worker rights in California, marchers cry out "Si, se puede" as they voice their enthusiasm for the rights of workers to fair pay and fair treatment in employment and other areas. In addition to those supporting the original vision of Chavez, the group also comprised other groups that wanted to use the occasion to voice their support for other kinds of rights for various other groups.

  • Citizens take to the streets in the annual Cesar Chavez March in San Antonio, Texas. Waving flags printed with the flying eagle logo of the United Farm Workers founded by Chavez to press for recognition of farm worker rights in California, marchers cry out "Si, se puede" as they voice their enthusiasm for the rights of workers to fair pay and fair treatment in employment and other areas. In addition to those supporting the original vision of Chavez, the group also comprised other groups that wanted to use the occasion to voice their support for other kinds of rights for various other groups.

  • Citizens take to the streets in the annual Cesar Chavez March in San Antonio, Texas. Waving flags printed with the flying eagle logo of the United Farm Workers founded by Chavez to press for recognition of farm worker rights in California, marchers cry out "Si, se puede" as they voice their enthusiasm for the rights of workers to fair pay and fair treatment in employment and other areas. In addition to those supporting the original vision of Chavez, the group also comprised other groups that wanted to use the occasion to voice their support for other kinds of rights for various other groups.

  • Citizens take to the streets in the annual Cesar Chavez March in San Antonio, Texas. Waving flags printed with the flying eagle logo of the United Farm Workers founded by Chavez to press for recognition of farm worker rights in California, marchers cry out "Si, se puede" as they voice their enthusiasm for the rights of workers to fair pay and fair treatment in employment and other areas. In addition to those supporting the original vision of Chavez, the group also comprised other groups that wanted to use the occasion to voice their support for other kinds of rights for various other groups.

  • Citizens take to the streets in the annual Cesar Chavez March in San Antonio, Texas. Waving flags printed with the flying eagle logo of the United Farm Workers founded by Chavez to press for recognition of farm worker rights in California, marchers cry out "Si, se puede" as they voice their enthusiasm for the rights of workers to fair pay and fair treatment in employment and other areas. In addition to those supporting the original vision of Chavez, the group also comprised other groups that wanted to use the occasion to voice their support for other kinds of rights for various other groups.

  • Citizens take to the streets in the annual Cesar Chavez March in San Antonio, Texas. Waving flags printed with the flying eagle logo of the United Farm Workers founded by Chavez to press for recognition of farm worker rights in California, marchers cry out "Si, se puede" as they voice their enthusiasm for the rights of workers to fair pay and fair treatment in employment and other areas. In addition to those supporting the original vision of Chavez, the group also comprised other groups that wanted to use the occasion to voice their support for other kinds of rights for various other groups.

  • Citizens take to the streets in the annual Cesar Chavez March in San Antonio, Texas. Waving flags printed with the flying eagle logo of the United Farm Workers founded by Chavez to press for recognition of farm worker rights in California, marchers cry out "Si, se puede" as they voice their enthusiasm for the rights of workers to fair pay and fair treatment in employment and other areas. In addition to those supporting the original vision of Chavez, the group also comprised other groups that wanted to use the occasion to voice their support for other kinds of rights for various other groups.

  • Citizens take to the streets in the annual Cesar Chavez March in San Antonio, Texas. Waving flags printed with the flying eagle logo of the United Farm Workers founded by Chavez to press for recognition of farm worker rights in California, marchers cry out "Si, se puede" as they voice their enthusiasm for the rights of workers to fair pay and fair treatment in employment and other areas. In addition to those supporting the original vision of Chavez, the group also comprised other groups that wanted to use the occasion to voice their support for other kinds of rights for various other groups.

  • Citizens take to the streets in the annual Cesar Chavez March in San Antonio, Texas. Waving flags printed with the flying eagle logo of the United Farm Workers founded by Chavez to press for recognition of farm worker rights in California, marchers cry out "Si, se puede" as they voice their enthusiasm for the rights of workers to fair pay and fair treatment in employment and other areas. In addition to those supporting the original vision of Chavez, the group also comprised other groups that wanted to use the occasion to voice their support for other kinds of rights for various other groups.

  • Citizens take to the streets in the annual Cesar Chavez March in San Antonio, Texas. Waving flags printed with the flying eagle logo of the United Farm Workers founded by Chavez to press for recognition of farm worker rights in California, marchers cry out "Si, se puede" as they voice their enthusiasm for the rights of workers to fair pay and fair treatment in employment and other areas. In addition to those supporting the original vision of Chavez, the group also comprised other groups that wanted to use the occasion to voice their support for other kinds of rights for various other groups.

  • Citizens take to the streets in the annual Cesar Chavez March in San Antonio, Texas. Waving flags printed with the flying eagle logo of the United Farm Workers founded by Chavez to press for recognition of farm worker rights in California, marchers cry out "Si, se puede" as they voice their enthusiasm for the rights of workers to fair pay and fair treatment in employment and other areas. In addition to those supporting the original vision of Chavez, the group also comprised other groups that wanted to use the occasion to voice their support for other kinds of rights for various other groups.

  • Citizens take to the streets in the annual Cesar Chavez March in San Antonio, Texas. Waving flags printed with the flying eagle logo of the United Farm Workers founded by Chavez to press for recognition of farm worker rights in California, marchers cry out "Si, se puede" as they voice their enthusiasm for the rights of workers to fair pay and fair treatment in employment and other areas. In addition to those supporting the original vision of Chavez, the group also comprised other groups that wanted to use the occasion to voice their support for other kinds of rights for various other groups.

  • Citizens take to the streets in the annual Cesar Chavez March in San Antonio, Texas. Waving flags printed with the flying eagle logo of the United Farm Workers founded by Chavez to press for recognition of farm worker rights in California, marchers cry out "Si, se puede" as they voice their enthusiasm for the rights of workers to fair pay and fair treatment in employment and other areas. In addition to those supporting the original vision of Chavez, the group also comprised other groups that wanted to use the occasion to voice their support for other kinds of rights for various other groups.

  • A color guard composed of members of the Latin American Heriatge paves the way for citizens take to the streets in the annual Cesar Chavez March in San Antonio, Texas. Waving flags printed with the flying eagle logo of the United Farm Workers founded by Chavez to press for recognition of farm worker rights in California, marchers cry out "Si, se puede" as they voice their enthusiasm for the rights of workers to fair pay and fair treatment in employment and other areas. In addition to those supporting the original vision of Chavez, the group also comprised other groups that wanted to use the occasion to voice their support for other kinds of rights for various other groups.

  • A contingent representing native american rights and awareness leads the way at the head of the annual Cesar Chavez March in San Antonio, Texas.<br />
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Waving flags printed with the flying eagle logo of the United Farm Workers founded by Chavez to press for recognition of farm worker rights in California, marchers following this spearhead cry out "Si, se puede" as they voice their enthusiasm for the rights of workers to fair pay and fair treatment in employment and other areas. In addition to those supporting the original vision of Chavez, the group also comprised others that wanted to use the occasion to voice their support for other kinds of rights for various other groups as well as those urging support for various congressional political candidates in the upcoming November 2016 elections..

  • A contingent representing native american rights and awareness leads the way at the head of the annual Cesar Chavez March in San Antonio, Texas.<br />
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Waving flags printed with the flying eagle logo of the United Farm Workers founded by Chavez to press for recognition of farm worker rights in California, marchers following this spearhead cry out "Si, se puede" as they voice their enthusiasm for the rights of workers to fair pay and fair treatment in employment and other areas. In addition to those supporting the original vision of Chavez, the group also comprised others that wanted to use the occasion to voice their support for other kinds of rights for various other groups as well as those urging support for various congressional political candidates in the upcoming November 2016 elections..






  • Austin, Texas ~ Texas Muslim Day<br />
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“I love the knuckleheads,” said CAIR-TX’s executive director, Mustafaa Carroll of Houston. “In fact, I want to thank them publicly for being here, because they help you guys (reporters) get here. So they’re helping us. We want our children to see what’s going on in this world. We want our community to see.”<br />
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http://www.mystatesman.com/news/news/state-regional-govt-politics/protesters-disrupt-rally-at-capitol-by-muslims-sup/njzNM/?ecmp=statesman_social_facebook_2014_sfp#5bc68b30.3581740.735627<br />
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(Not reported in any story of note is that his remark was in response to a leading question  by the male reporter in the images who first used the "knucklehead" pejorative - this photographer hearing the question and being astounded at such a striking display of media bias and journalistic non-integrity.<br />
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The citizens to whom the speaker was so pejoratively referring are those, who in their own way, are trying to sound the alarm about what many consider to be a creeping infiltration into the United States of,  not a religion as Westerners think of religion (as being separate form the machinery of the State), but as foreign political system wrapped up in a cloak of religion ( or vice versa).<br />
<br />
They feel that such amalgamation is antithetical to the political structure of the United States and is a and  a clear and present danger to the US Political Compact.  Indeed, they feel Islam, in its wrapping of political and religious in one entity, it is in contradiction to one of the principles apparent in the history of the creation of the United States, which is stands on the proposition and implementation of a system of separation of Church and State that the Founders knew very well lead to destruction of Nations in which the Church and the State were one.

  • Austin, Texas ~ Texas Muslim Day<br />
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“I love the knuckleheads,” said CAIR-TX’s executive director, Mustafaa Carroll of Houston. “In fact, I want to thank them publicly for being here, because they help you guys (reporters) get here. So they’re helping us. We want our children to see what’s going on in this world. We want our community to see.”<br />
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http://www.mystatesman.com/news/news/state-regional-govt-politics/protesters-disrupt-rally-at-capitol-by-muslims-sup/njzNM/?ecmp=statesman_social_facebook_2014_sfp#5bc68b30.3581740.735627<br />
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(Not reported in any story of note is that his remark was in response to a leading question  by the male reporter in the images who first used the "knucklehead" pejorative - this photographer hearing the question and being astounded at such a striking display of media bias and journalistic non-integrity.<br />
<br />
The citizens to whom the speaker was so pejoratively referring are those, who in their own way, are trying to sound the alarm about what many consider to be a creeping infiltration into the United States of,  not a religion as Westerners think of religion (as being separate form the machinery of the State), but as foreign political system wrapped up in a cloak of religion ( or vice versa).<br />
<br />
They feel that such amalgamation is antithetical to the political structure of the United States and is a and  a clear and present danger to the US Political Compact.  Indeed, they feel Islam, in its wrapping of political and religious in one entity, it is in contradiction to one of the principles apparent in the history of the creation of the United States, which is stands on the proposition and implementation of a system of separation of Church and State that the Founders knew very well lead to destruction of Nations in which the Church and the State were one.



  • Christine Weick being interviewed in Texas during the Texas Muslim Day<br />
<br />
Weick travels the country trying to sound the alarm about what many consider to be a creeping infiltration into the United States, of not a religion as Westerners think of religion (as being separate form the machinery of the State), but as foreign political system wrapped up in a religion ( or vice versa),  and that such amalgamation is antithetical to the political structure of the United States, and indeed, is in contradiction to one of the principles apparent in the history of the creation of the United States, which is stands on the proposition and implementation of a system of separation of Church and State .<br />
<br />
Weick made national headlines when she voiced her disgust and objection to a Muslim prayer service that was allowed to be held in the National Cathedral in Washington D.C.<br />
<br />
She states that allowing such a service is nothing but a propaganda vehicle for the propagation of Islam, which is considered not a religion existing under the political machine of the state, but a political religion where there is a conflation of the Church and the State, indeed the State being the Church, or in the alternate the State being subordinate to the Church.

  • Christine Weick being interviewed in Texas during the Texas Muslim Day<br />
<br />
Weick travels the country trying to sound the alarm about what many consider to be a creeping infiltration into the United States, of not a religion as Westerners think of religion (as being separate form the machinery of the State), but as foreign political system wrapped up in a religion ( or vice versa),  and that such amalgamation is antithetical to the political structure of the United States, and indeed, is in contradiction to one of the principles apparent in the history of the creation of the United States, which is stands on the proposition and implementation of a system of separation of Church and State .<br />
<br />
Weick made national headlines when she voiced her disgust and objection to a Muslim prayer service that was allowed to be held in the National Cathedral in Washington D.C.<br />
<br />
She states that allowing such a service is nothing but a propaganda vehicle for the propagation of Islam, which is considered not a religion existing under the political machine of the state, but a political religion where there is a conflation of the Church and the State, indeed the State being the Church, or in the alternate the State being subordinate to the Church.

  • Christine Weick being interviewed in Texas during the Texas Muslim Day<br />
<br />
Weick travels the country trying to sound the alarm about what many consider to be a creeping infiltration into the United States, of not a religion as Westerners think of religion (as being separate form the machinery of the State), but as foreign political system wrapped up in a religion ( or vice versa),  and that such amalgamation is antithetical to the political structure of the United States, and indeed, is in contradiction to one of the principles apparent in the history of the creation of the United States, which is stands on the proposition and implementation of a system of separation of Church and State .<br />
<br />
Weick made national headlines when she voiced her disgust and objection to a Muslim prayer service that was allowed to be held in the National Cathedral in Washington D.C.<br />
<br />
She states that allowing such a service is nothing but a propaganda vehicle for the propagation of Islam, which is considered not a religion existing under the political machine of the state, but a political religion where there is a conflation of the Church and the State, indeed the State being the Church, or in the alternate the State being subordinate to the Church.















  • Muslims gather at the State Capitol in Austin Texas to lobby their Texas legislative delegations and make their presence known.<br />
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As they started the press conference, activist Christine Weick grabbed the microphone, saying to those assembled :  <br />
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“I proclaim the name of the lord Jesus Christ over the Capitol of Texas,” Christine Weick said. “I stand against Islam and the false prophet Muhammad. Islam will never dominate the United States. And by the grace of God it will not dominate Texas.”<br />
<br />
Weick travels the country trying to sound the alarm about what many consider to be a creeping infiltration into the United States, of not a religion as Westerners think of religion (as being separate form the machinery of the State), but as foreign political system wrapped up in a religion ( or vice versa),  and that such amalgamation is antithetical to the political structure of the United States, and indeed, is in contradiction to one of the principles apparent in the history of the creation of the United States, which is stands on the proposition and implementation of a system of separation of Church and State .<br />
<br />
Weick made national headlines when she voiced her disgust and objection to a Muslim prayer service that was allowed to be held in the National Cathedral in Washington D.C.<br />
<br />
She states that allowing such a service is nothing but a propaganda vehicle for the propagation of Islam, which is considered not a religion existing under the political machine of the state, but a political religion where there is a conflation of the Church and the State, indeed the State being the Church, or in the alternate the State being subordinate to the Church.

  • Muslims gather at the State Capitol in Austin Texas to lobby their Texas legislative delegations and make their presence known.<br />
<br />
As they started the press conference, activist Christine Weick grabs the microphone, saying those assembled   <br />
<br />
“I proclaim the name of the lord Jesus Christ over the Capitol of Texas,” Christine Weick said. “I stand against Islam and the false prophet Muhammad. Islam will never dominate the United States. And by the grace of God it will not dominate Texas.”<br />
<br />
<br />
Weick travels the country trying to sound the alarm about what many consider to be a creeping infiltration into the United States of not a religion as Westerners think of religion (as being separate form the machinery of the State), but as foreign political system wrapped up in a religion and that such amalgamation is antithetical to the political stucture of the United States and indeed is in cpntradiction to the creation of the Uniteds States which is based on a separation of Church and State .<br />
<br />
Weick made national headlines when she voiced her disgust and objection to a Muslim prayer service that was allowed to be held in the National Cathedral in Washington D.C.<br />
<br />
She states that alloowing such a service is nothing but a propaganda vehicle for the propagation of Islam, which is considered not a religion existing under the political machine of the state, but a political religion where there is a conflation of the Church and the State, indeed the State being the Church, or in the alternate the State being subordinate to the Church.






  • Austin, Texas 2015 ~ Motorcycle Riders from across the State, including members of the COCI and COIR  gather in support of legislation relating to lane splitting ( HB 813), which is already allowed in California, red light passage, ethanol additives to fuel and discriminatory vehicle checkpoints. After the meeting on the steps of the Capital, they entered to meet with their legislators.

  • Austin, Texas 2015 ~ Motorcycle Riders from across the State, including members of the COCI and COIR  gather in support of legislation relating to lane splitting ( HB 813), which is already allowed in California, red light passage, ethanol additives to fuel and discriminatory vehicle checkpoints. After the meeting on the steps of the Capital, they entered to meet with their legislators.

  • Austin, Texas 2015 ~ Motorcycle Riders from across the State, including members of the COCI and COIR  gather in support of legislation relating to lane splitting ( HB 813), which is already allowed in California, red light passage, ethanol additives to fuel and discriminatory vehicle checkpoints. After the meeting on the steps of the Capital, they entered to meet with their legislators.

  • Austin, Texas 2015 ~ Motorcycle Riders from across the State, including members of the COCI and COIR  gather in support of legislation relating to lane splitting ( HB 813), which is already allowed in California, red light passage, ethanol additives to fuel and discriminatory vehicle checkpoints. After the meeting on the steps of the Capital, they entered to meet with their legislators.

  • Austin, Texas 2015 ~ Motorcycle Riders from across the State, including members of the COCI and COIR  gather in support of legislation relating to lane splitting ( HB 813), which is already allowed in California, red light passage, ethanol additives to fuel and discriminatory vehicle checkpoints. After the meeting on the steps of the Capital, they entered to meet with their legislators.

  • Austin, Texas 2015 ~ Motorcycle Riders from across the State, including members of the COCI and COIR  gather in support of legislation relating to lane splitting ( HB 813), which is already allowed in California, red light passage, ethanol additives to fuel and discriminatory vehicle checkpoints. After the meeting on the steps of the Capital, they entered to meet with their legislators.

  • Austin, Texas 2015 ~ Motorcycle Riders from across the State, including members of the COCI and COIR  gather in support of legislation relating to lane splitting ( HB 813), which is already allowed in California, red light passage, ethanol additives to fuel and discriminatory vehicle checkpoints. After the meeting on the steps of the Capital, they entered to meet with their legislators.

  • Austin, Texas 2015 ~ Motorcycle Riders from across the State, including members of the COCI and COIR  gather in support of legislation relating to lane splitting ( HB 813), which is already allowed in California, red light passage, ethanol additives to fuel and discriminatory vehicle checkpoints. After the meeting on the steps of the Capital, they entered to meet with their legislators.

  • Austin, Texas 2015 ~ Motorcycle Riders from across the State, including members of the COCI and COIR  gather in support of legislation relating to lane splitting ( HB 813), which is already allowed in California, red light passage, ethanol additives to fuel and discriminatory vehicle checkpoints. After the meeting on the steps of the Capital, they entered to meet with their legislators.

  • Austin, Texas 2015 ~ Motorcycle Riders from across the State, including members of the COCI and COIR  gather in support of legislation relating to lane splitting ( HB 813), which is already allowed in California, red light passage, ethanol additives to fuel and discriminatory vehicle checkpoints. After the meeting on the steps of the Capital, they entered to meet with their legislators.

  • Austin, Texas 2015 ~ Motorcycle Riders from across the State, including members of the COCI and COIR  gather in support of legislation relating to lane splitting ( HB 813), which is already allowed in California, red light passage, ethanol additives to fuel and discriminatory vehicle checkpoints. After the meeting on the steps of the Capital, they entered to meet with their legislators.

  • Austin, Texas 2015 ~ Motorcycle Riders from across the State, including members of the COCI and COIR  gather in support of legislation relating to lane splitting ( HB 813), which is already allowed in California, red light passage, ethanol additives to fuel and discriminatory vehicle checkpoints. After the meeting on the steps of the Capital, they entered to meet with their legislators.

  • Austin, Texas 2015 ~ Motorcycle Riders from across the State, including members of the COCI and COIR  gather in support of legislation relating to lane splitting ( HB 813), which is already allowed in California, red light passage, ethanol additives to fuel and discriminatory vehicle checkpoints. After the meeting on the steps of the Capital, they entered to meet with their legislators.

  • Austin, Texas 2015 ~ Motorcycle Riders from across the State, including members of the COCI and COIR  gather in support of legislation relating to lane splitting ( HB 813), which is already allowed in California, red light passage, ethanol additives to fuel and discriminatory vehicle checkpoints. After the meeting on the steps of the Capital, they entered to meet with their legislators.

  • Austin, Texas 2015 ~ Motorcycle Riders from across the State, including members of the COCI and COIR  gather in support of legislation relating to lane splitting ( HB 813), which is already allowed in California, red light passage, ethanol additives to fuel and discriminatory vehicle checkpoints. After the meeting on the steps of the Capital, they entered to meet with their legislators.

  • Austin, Texas 2015 ~ Motorcycle Riders from across the State, including members of the COCI and COIR  gather in support of legislation relating to lane splitting ( HB 813), which is already allowed in California, red light passage, ethanol additives to fuel and discriminatory vehicle checkpoints. After the meeting on the steps of the Capital, they entered to meet with their legislators.

  • Surrounded by shadows of others on the margins of society, a man paces in the courtyard of a shelter, while down the street, citizens gather at the First Circuit Court of Appeals building in Houston, Texas, to sound the alarm about an expected 150-200,000 illegal juvenile entrants (less than 18 years old)  to the United States in 2015, and the seeming inability or unwillingness of the government, to effectively control the illegal incursion. Citizens argue that the Federal Government is aiding and abetting the incursion, by acting in concert with government grant funded Federal State and Local groups operating under the cover of religious charities, to utilize the provisions of State family services law , and Federal religious exemption provisions which allow churches and other faith based groups to hide illegals and further assist their continued presence in the country.<br />
<br />
They point out that year end 2104,  an estimated 65,000 juveniles (less than 18 years old) will have been detained, and that in2015 the number of illegal juvenile entrants is expected to be 150,000 - 200000, attracted to the United States by a system, which while having laws against illegal immigration, has intentional policies in place, such as sanctuary cities, and welfare orproxy welfare for all comers regardless of citizenship, that act as magnets an inducement for illegal entry.<br />
<br />
 <br />
The list of cities offering and supporting sanctuary includes Boston, Chicago, Denver, Kansas City, New York, Oakland, Portland, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Seattle and Tucson. Sanctuary is already being provided in Phoenix, Tucson, Chicago and Portland.

  • First Circuit Court of Appeals, Houston Texas. A participant, after  blowing on a shofar( ram's horn), exhorts listeners to hear the words at an awareness rally calling attention the hypocrisy of having strict laws concerning illegal entry and deportation of non-US citizens, but then having government and social policies that attract that very illegal activity. In particular, the participants are concerned with government grants to organizations involved in the harboring, non-reporting and abetting of illegal entrants to the United States in seeming violation of the prohibitions against insertion of The State into affairs of the Church.

  • First Circuit Court of Appeals, Houston Texas. As law enfrocement look on, citizens exercise their 1st Ammendment Rights, and call attention the hypocrisy of having strict laws concerning illegal entry and deportation of non-US citizens, but then having government and social policies that attract that very illegal activity.

  • First Circuit Court of Appeals, Houston Texas. While a citizen stops to discuss matters with one of the event organizers, a participant blowing on a shofar( ram's horn) exhorts listeners to hear the words at an awareness rally calling attention the hypocrisy of having strict laws concerning illegal entry and deportation of non-US citizens, but then having government and social policies that attract that very illegal activity. In particular, the participants are concerned with government grants to organizations involved in the harboring, non-reporting and abetting of illegal entrants to the United States in seeming violation of the prohibitions against insertion of The State into affairs of the Church.

  • First Circuit Court of Appeals, Houston Texas. While a citizen stops to discuss matters with one of the event organizers, a participant blowing on a shofar( ram's horn) exhorts listeners to hear the words at an awareness rally calling attention the hypocrisy of having strict laws concerning illegal entry and deportation of non-US citizens, but then having government and social policies that attract that very illegal activity. In particular, the participants are concerned with government grants to organizations involved in the harboring, non-reporting and abetting of illegal entrants to the United States in seeming violation of the prohibitions against insertion of The State into affairs of the Church.

  • First Circuit Court of Appeals, Houston Texas. Holding an American flag as symbol for what is held dear, one citizen participant in an awareness rally calling attention the hypocrisy of having strict laws concerning illegal entry and deportation of non-US citizens, but then having government and social policies that attract that very illegal activity. In particular, those participating  are concerned with government grants to organizations involved in the harboring, non-reporting and abetting of illegal entrants to the United States, as well as the issue of the burden that the Federal Government will be by inference placing on State Courts to engage in judicial findings determinations and processing actions associated with Federal residence status determinations.

  • First Circuit Court of Appeals, Houston Texas. Holding an American flag as symbol for what is held dear, one citizen participant in an awareness rally calling attention the hypocrisy of having strict laws concerning illegal entry and deportation of non-US citizens, but then having government and social policies that attract that very illegal activity. In particular, those participating  are concerned with government grants to organizations involved in the harboring, non-reporting and abetting of illegal entrants to the United States, as well as the issue of the burden that the Federal Government will be by inference placing on State Courts to engage in judicial findings determinations and processing actions associated with Federal residence status determinations.

  • First Circuit Court of Appeals, Houston Texas. One citizen participating in an awareness rally calling attention the hypocrisy of having strict laws concerning illegal entry and deportation of non-US citizens, but then having government and social policies that attract that very illegal activity. In particular they are concerned with government grants to organizations involved in the harboring, non-reporting and abetting of illegal entrants to the United States.

  • Surrounded by shadows of others on the margins of society, a man paces in the courtyard of a shelter, while down the street, citizens gather at the First Circuit Court of Appeals building in Houston, Texas, to sound the alarm about an expected 150-200,000 illegal juvenile entrants (less than 18 years old)  to the United States in 2015, and the seeming inability or unwillingness of the government, to effectively control the illegal incursion. Citizens argue that the Federal Government is aiding and abetting the incursion, by acting in concert with government grant funded Federal State and Local groups operating under the cover of religious charities, to utilize the provisions of State family services law , and Federal religious exemption provisions which allow churches and other faith based groups to hide illegals and further assist their continued presence in the country.<br />
<br />
They point out that year end 2104,  an estimated 65,000 juveniles (less than 18 years old) will have been detained, and that in2015 the number of illegal juvenile entrants is expected to be 150,000 - 200000, attracted to the United States by a system, which while having laws against illegal immigration, has intentional policies in place, such as sanctuary cities, and welfare orproxy welfare for all comers regardless of citizenship, that act as magnets an inducement for illegal entry.<br />
<br />
 <br />
The list of cities offering and supporting sanctuary includes Boston, Chicago, Denver, Kansas City, New York, Oakland, Portland, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Seattle and Tucson. Sanctuary is already being provided in Phoenix, Tucson, Chicago and Portland.

  • First Circuit Court of Appeals, Houston Texas. Citizens exercise their 1st Ammendment Rights, and call attention the hypocrisy of having strict laws concerning illegal entry and deportation of non-US citizens, but then having government and social policies that attract that very illegal activity.

  • First Circuit Court of Appeals, Houston Texas. As law enfrocement look on, citizens exercise their 1st Ammendment Rights, and call attention the hypocrisy of having strict laws concerning illegal entry and deportation of non-US citizens, but then having government and social policies that attract that very illegal activity.

  • First Circuit Court of Appeals, Houston Texas. Citizens exercise their 1st Ammendment Rights, and call attention the hypocrisy of having strict laws concerning illegal entry and deportation of non-US citizens, but then having government and social policies that attract that very illegal activity.

  • First Circuit Court of Appeals, Houston Texas. Citizens exercise their 1st Ammendment Rights, and call attention the hypocrisy of having strict laws concerning illegal entry and deportation of non-US citizens, but then having government and social policies that attract that very illegal activity.

  • First Circuit Court of Appeals, Houston Texas.  Most Rev. Joseph A. Fiorenza Archbishop Emeritus of Galveston-Houston arrives at a function styled as "Unaccompanied Children on the Border: vulnerability, Migration, and the Legal System", where citizens exercising their 1st Ammendment rights calling attention the hypocrisy of having strict laws concerning illegal entry and deportation of non-US citizens, but then having government and social policies that attract that very illegal activity. In particular, the participants are concerned with government grants to organizations involved in the harboring, non-reporting and abetting of illegal entrants to the United States in seeming violation of the prohibitions against insertion of The State into affairs of the Church  - and the willingness of the Church to allow such insertion. Additionally, they are appalled at the insertion of the Church into the affairs of The State - and the apparent willingness of The State to allow such insertion into its affairs.

  • First Circuit Court of Appeals, Houston Texas.  Most Rev. Joseph A. Fiorenza Archbishop Emeritus of Galveston-Houston arrives at a function styled as "Unaccompanied Children on the Border: vulnerability, Migration, and the Legal System", where citizens exercising their 1st Ammendment rights calling attention the hypocrisy of having strict laws concerning illegal entry and deportation of non-US citizens, but then having government and social policies that attract that very illegal activity. In particular, the participants are concerned with government grants to organizations involved in the harboring, non-reporting and abetting of illegal entrants to the United States in seeming violation of the prohibitions against insertion of The State into affairs of the Church  - and the willingness of the Church to allow such insertion.

  • First Circuit Court of Appeals, Houston Texas.  Most Rev. Joseph A. Fiorenza Archbishop Emeritus of Galveston-Houston stops to discuss things with  citizens exercising their 1st Ammendment rights at an awareness rally calling attention the hypocrisy of having strict laws concerning illegal entry and deportation of non-US citizens, but then having government and social policies that attract that very illegal activity. In particular, the participants are concerned with government grants to organizations involved in the harboring, non-reporting and abetting of illegal entrants to the United States in seeming violation of the prohibitions against insertion of The State into affairs of the Church  - and the willingness of the Church to allow such insertion.

  • First Circuit Court of Appeals, Houston Texas. Exercising their 1st Ammendment Rights, citizens set up for the days gathering meant to call attention the hypocrisy of having strict immigration laws concerning illegal entry and deportation of non-citizens to the United States, but then having government and social policies that attract that very illegal activity.

  • First Circuit Court of Appeals, Houston Texas. Exercising their 1st Ammendment Rights, citizens set up for the days gathering meant to call attention the hypocrisy of having strict immigration laws concerning illegal entry and deportation of non-citizens to the United States, but then having government and social policies that attract that very illegal activity.

  • First Circuit Court of Appeals, Houston Texas. Exercising their 1st Ammendment Rights, citizens set up for the days gathering meant to call attention the hypocrisy of having strict immigration laws concerning illegal entry and deportation of non-citizens to the United States, but then having government and social policies that attract that very illegal activity.

  • First Circuit Court of Appeals, Houston Texas. Exercising their 1st Ammendment Rights, citizens set up for the days gathering meant to call attention the hypocrisy of having strict immigration laws concerning illegal entry and deportation of non-citizens to the United States, but then having government and social policies that attract that very illegal activity.

  • First Circuit Court of Appeals, Houston Texas. Exercising their 1st Ammendment Rights, citizens set up for the days gathering meant to call attention the hypocrisy of having strict immigration laws concerning illegal entry and deportation of non-citizens to the United States, but then having government and social policies that attract that very illegal activity.

  • Citizens gather at the First Circuit Court of Appeals building in Houston, Texas, to sound the alarm about an expected 150-200,000 illegal juvenile entrants (less than 18 years old) to the United States in 2015, and the seeming inability or unwillingness of the government, to effectively control the illegal incursion. Citizens argue that the Federal Government is aiding and abetting the incursion, by acting in concert with government grant funded Federal State and Local groups operating under the cover of religious charities, to utilize the provisions of State family services law , and Federal religious exemption provisions which allow churches and other faith based groups to hide illegals and further assist their continued presence in the country.<br />
<br />
They point out that year end 2104, an estimated 65,000 juveniles (less than 18 years old) will have been detained, and that in2015 the number of illegal juvenile entrants is expected to be 150,000 - 200000, attracted to the United States by a system, which while having laws against illegal immigration, has intentional policies in place, such as sanctuary cities, and welfare orproxy welfare for all comers regardless of citizenship, that act as magnets an inducement for illegal entry.<br />
<br />
<br />
The list of cities offering and supporting sanctuary includes Boston, Chicago, Denver, Kansas City, New York, Oakland, Portland, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Seattle and Tucson. Sanctuary is already being provided in Phoenix, Tucson, Chicago and Portland.


  • A sign of what is in the national scene regarding immigration and illegal entry.  Acting as a proxy for the concern of many citizens over the influx of illegals, and as an ironic statement of turnabout being fair play, at the intersection of Texas and San Jacinto Street in Houston, Texas, one finds a battery of Spanish language newspapers, some published by the Houston Chronicle.

  • Citizens take to the streets in the annual Cesar Chavez March in San Antonio, Texas. Waving flags printed with the flying eagle logo of the United Farm Workers founded by Chavez to press for recognition of farm worker rights in California, marchers cry out "Si, se puede" as they voice their enthusiasm for the rights of workers to fair pay and fair treatment in employment and other areas. In addition to those supporting the original vision of Chavez, the group also comprised other groups that wanted to use the occasion to voice their support for other kinds of rights for various other groups.

  • Citizens take to the streets in the annual Cesar Chavez March in San Antonio, Texas. Waving flags printed with the flying eagle logo of the United Farm Workers founded by Chavez to press for recognition of farm worker rights in California, marchers cry out "Si, se puede" as they voice their enthusiasm for the rights of workers to fair pay and fair treatment in employment and other areas. In addition to those supporting the original vision of Chavez, the group also comprised other groups that wanted to use the occasion to voice their support for other kinds of rights for various other groups.

  • Citizens take to the streets in the annual Cesar Chavez March in San Antonio, Texas. Waving flags printed with the flying eagle logo of the United Farm Workers founded by Chavez to press for recognition of farm worker rights in California, marchers cry out "Si, se puede" as they voice their enthusiasm for the rights of workers to fair pay and fair treatment in employment and other areas. In addition to those supporting the original vision of Chavez, the group also comprised other groups that wanted to use the occasion to voice their support for other kinds of rights for various other groups.

  • Citizens take to the streets in the annual Cesar Chavez March in San Antonio, Texas. Waving flags printed with the flying eagle logo of the United Farm Workers founded by Chavez to press for recognition of farm worker rights in California, marchers cry out "Si, se puede" as they voice their enthusiasm for the rights of workers to fair pay and fair treatment in employment and other areas. In addition to those supporting the original vision of Chavez, the group also comprised other groups that wanted to use the occasion to voice their support for other kinds of rights for various other groups.

  • Citizens take to the streets in the annual Cesar Chavez March in San Antonio, Texas. Waving flags printed with the flying eagle logo of the United Farm Workers founded by Chavez to press for recognition of farm worker rights in California, marchers cry out "Si, se puede" as they voice their enthusiasm for the rights of workers to fair pay and fair treatment in employment and other areas. In addition to those supporting the original vision of Chavez, the group also comprised other groups that wanted to use the occasion to voice their support for other kinds of rights for various other groups.

  • Citizens take to the streets in the annual Cesar Chavez March in San Antonio, Texas. Waving flags printed with the flying eagle logo of the United Farm Workers founded by Chavez to press for recognition of farm worker rights in California, marchers cry out "Si, se puede" as they voice their enthusiasm for the rights of workers to fair pay and fair treatment in employment and other areas. In addition to those supporting the original vision of Chavez, the group also comprised other groups that wanted to use the occasion to voice their support for other kinds of rights for various other groups.

  • Citizens take to the streets in the annual Cesar Chavez March in San Antonio, Texas. Waving flags printed with the flying eagle logo of the United Farm Workers founded by Chavez to press for recognition of farm worker rights in California, marchers cry out "Si, se puede" as they voice their enthusiasm for the rights of workers to fair pay and fair treatment in employment and other areas. In addition to those supporting the original vision of Chavez, the group also comprised other groups that wanted to use the occasion to voice their support for other kinds of rights for various other groups.

  • Citizens take to the streets in the annual Cesar Chavez March in San Antonio, Texas. Waving flags printed with the flying eagle logo of the United Farm Workers founded by Chavez to press for recognition of farm worker rights in California, marchers cry out "Si, se puede" as they voice their enthusiasm for the rights of workers to fair pay and fair treatment in employment and other areas. In addition to those supporting the original vision of Chavez, the group also comprised other groups that wanted to use the occasion to voice their support for other kinds of rights for various other groups.

  • Citizens take to the streets in the annual Cesar Chavez March in San Antonio, Texas. Waving flags printed with the flying eagle logo of the United Farm Workers founded by Chavez to press for recognition of farm worker rights in California, marchers cry out "Si, se puede" as they voice their enthusiasm for the rights of workers to fair pay and fair treatment in employment and other areas. In addition to those supporting the original vision of Chavez, the group also comprised other groups that wanted to use the occasion to voice their support for other kinds of rights for various other groups.

  • Citizens take to the streets in the annual Cesar Chavez March in San Antonio, Texas. Waving flags printed with the flying eagle logo of the United Farm Workers founded by Chavez to press for recognition of farm worker rights in California, marchers cry out "Si, se puede" as they voice their enthusiasm for the rights of workers to fair pay and fair treatment in employment and other areas. In addition to those supporting the original vision of Chavez, the group also comprised other groups that wanted to use the occasion to voice their support for other kinds of rights for various other groups.

  • Citizens take to the streets in the annual Cesar Chavez March in San Antonio, Texas. Waving flags printed with the flying eagle logo of the United Farm Workers founded by Chavez to press for recognition of farm worker rights in California, marchers cry out "Si, se puede" as they voice their enthusiasm for the rights of workers to fair pay and fair treatment in employment and other areas. In addition to those supporting the original vision of Chavez, the group also comprised other groups that wanted to use the occasion to voice their support for other kinds of rights for various other groups.

  • Citizens take to the streets in the annual Cesar Chavez March in San Antonio, Texas. Waving flags printed with the flying eagle logo of the United Farm Workers founded by Chavez to press for recognition of farm worker rights in California, marchers cry out "Si, se puede" as they voice their enthusiasm for the rights of workers to fair pay and fair treatment in employment and other areas. In addition to those supporting the original vision of Chavez, the group also comprised other groups that wanted to use the occasion to voice their support for other kinds of rights for various other groups.

  • Citizens take to the streets in the annual Cesar Chavez March in San Antonio, Texas. Waving flags printed with the flying eagle logo of the United Farm Workers founded by Chavez to press for recognition of farm worker rights in California, marchers cry out "Si, se puede" as they voice their enthusiasm for the rights of workers to fair pay and fair treatment in employment and other areas. In addition to those supporting the original vision of Chavez, the group also comprised other groups that wanted to use the occasion to voice their support for other kinds of rights for various other groups.

  • Citizens take to the streets in the annual Cesar Chavez March in San Antonio, Texas. Waving flags printed with the flying eagle logo of the United Farm Workers founded by Chavez to press for recognition of farm worker rights in California, marchers cry out "Si, se puede" as they voice their enthusiasm for the rights of workers to fair pay and fair treatment in employment and other areas. In addition to those supporting the original vision of Chavez, the group also comprised other groups that wanted to use the occasion to voice their support for other kinds of rights for various other groups.

  • Citizens take to the streets in the annual Cesar Chavez March in San Antonio, Texas. Waving flags printed with the flying eagle logo of the United Farm Workers founded by Chavez to press for recognition of farm worker rights in California, marchers cry out "Si, se puede" as they voice their enthusiasm for the rights of workers to fair pay and fair treatment in employment and other areas. In addition to those supporting the original vision of Chavez, the group also comprised other groups that wanted to use the occasion to voice their support for other kinds of rights for various other groups.

  • Citizens take to the streets in the annual Cesar Chavez March in San Antonio, Texas. Waving flags printed with the flying eagle logo of the United Farm Workers founded by Chavez to press for recognition of farm worker rights in California, marchers cry out "Si, se puede" as they voice their enthusiasm for the rights of workers to fair pay and fair treatment in employment and other areas. In addition to those supporting the original vision of Chavez, the group also comprised other groups that wanted to use the occasion to voice their support for other kinds of rights for various other groups.

  • Citizens take to the streets in the annual Cesar Chavez March in San Antonio, Texas. Waving flags printed with the flying eagle logo of the United Farm Workers founded by Chavez to press for recognition of farm worker rights in California, marchers cry out "Si, se puede" as they voice their enthusiasm for the rights of workers to fair pay and fair treatment in employment and other areas. In addition to those supporting the original vision of Chavez, the group also comprised other groups that wanted to use the occasion to voice their support for other kinds of rights for various other groups.

  • Citizens take to the streets in the annual Cesar Chavez March in San Antonio, Texas. Waving flags printed with the flying eagle logo of the United Farm Workers founded by Chavez to press for recognition of farm worker rights in California, marchers cry out "Si, se puede" as they voice their enthusiasm for the rights of workers to fair pay and fair treatment in employment and other areas. In addition to those supporting the original vision of Chavez, the group also comprised other groups that wanted to use the occasion to voice their support for other kinds of rights for various other groups.

  • Citizens take to the streets in the annual Cesar Chavez March in San Antonio, Texas. Waving flags printed with the flying eagle logo of the United Farm Workers founded by Chavez to press for recognition of farm worker rights in California, marchers cry out "Si, se puede" as they voice their enthusiasm for the rights of workers to fair pay and fair treatment in employment and other areas. In addition to those supporting the original vision of Chavez, the group also comprised other groups that wanted to use the occasion to voice their support for other kinds of rights for various other groups.

  • Citizens take to the streets in the annual Cesar Chavez March in San Antonio, Texas. Waving flags printed with the flying eagle logo of the United Farm Workers founded by Chavez to press for recognition of farm worker rights in California, marchers cry out "Si, se puede" as they voice their enthusiasm for the rights of workers to fair pay and fair treatment in employment and other areas. In addition to those supporting the original vision of Chavez, the group also comprised other groups that wanted to use the occasion to voice their support for other kinds of rights for various other groups.

  • Citizens take to the streets in the annual Cesar Chavez March in San Antonio, Texas. Waving flags printed with the flying eagle logo of the United Farm Workers founded by Chavez to press for recognition of farm worker rights in California, marchers cry out "Si, se puede" as they voice their enthusiasm for the rights of workers to fair pay and fair treatment in employment and other areas. In addition to those supporting the original vision of Chavez, the group also comprised other groups that wanted to use the occasion to voice their support for other kinds of rights for various other groups.

  • Citizens take to the streets in the annual Cesar Chavez March in San Antonio, Texas. Waving flags printed with the flying eagle logo of the United Farm Workers founded by Chavez to press for recognition of farm worker rights in California, marchers cry out "Si, se puede" as they voice their enthusiasm for the rights of workers to fair pay and fair treatment in employment and other areas. In addition to those supporting the original vision of Chavez, the group also comprised other groups that wanted to use the occasion to voice their support for other kinds of rights for various other groups.

  • Citizens take to the streets in the annual Cesar Chavez March in San Antonio, Texas. Waving flags printed with the flying eagle logo of the United Farm Workers founded by Chavez to press for recognition of farm worker rights in California, marchers cry out "Si, se puede" as they voice their enthusiasm for the rights of workers to fair pay and fair treatment in employment and other areas. In addition to those supporting the original vision of Chavez, the group also comprised other groups that wanted to use the occasion to voice their support for other kinds of rights for various other groups.

  • Citizens take to the streets in the annual Cesar Chavez March in San Antonio, Texas. Waving flags printed with the flying eagle logo of the United Farm Workers founded by Chavez to press for recognition of farm worker rights in California, marchers cry out "Si, se puede" as they voice their enthusiasm for the rights of workers to fair pay and fair treatment in employment and other areas. In addition to those supporting the original vision of Chavez, the group also comprised other groups that wanted to use the occasion to voice their support for other kinds of rights for various other groups.

  • Citizens take to the streets in the annual Cesar Chavez March in San Antonio, Texas. Waving flags printed with the flying eagle logo of the United Farm Workers founded by Chavez to press for recognition of farm worker rights in California, marchers cry out "Si, se puede" as they voice their enthusiasm for the rights of workers to fair pay and fair treatment in employment and other areas. In addition to those supporting the original vision of Chavez, the group also comprised other groups that wanted to use the occasion to voice their support for other kinds of rights for various other groups.

  • Citizens take to the streets in the annual Cesar Chavez March in San Antonio, Texas. Waving flags printed with the flying eagle logo of the United Farm Workers founded by Chavez to press for recognition of farm worker rights in California, marchers cry out "Si, se puede" as they voice their enthusiasm for the rights of workers to fair pay and fair treatment in employment and other areas. In addition to those supporting the original vision of Chavez, the group also comprised other groups that wanted to use the occasion to voice their support for other kinds of rights for various other groups.

  • Citizens take to the streets in the annual Cesar Chavez March in San Antonio, Texas. Waving flags printed with the flying eagle logo of the United Farm Workers founded by Chavez to press for recognition of farm worker rights in California, marchers cry out "Si, se puede" as they voice their enthusiasm for the rights of workers to fair pay and fair treatment in employment and other areas. In addition to those supporting the original vision of Chavez, the group also comprised other groups that wanted to use the occasion to voice their support for other kinds of rights for various other groups.

  • Citizens take to the streets in the annual Cesar Chavez March in San Antonio, Texas. Waving flags printed with the flying eagle logo of the United Farm Workers founded by Chavez to press for recognition of farm worker rights in California, marchers cry out "Si, se puede" as they voice their enthusiasm for the rights of workers to fair pay and fair treatment in employment and other areas. In addition to those supporting the original vision of Chavez, the group also comprised other groups that wanted to use the occasion to voice their support for other kinds of rights for various other groups.

  • Citizens take to the streets in the annual Cesar Chavez March in San Antonio, Texas. Waving flags printed with the flying eagle logo of the United Farm Workers founded by Chavez to press for recognition of farm worker rights in California, marchers cry out "Si, se puede" as they voice their enthusiasm for the rights of workers to fair pay and fair treatment in employment and other areas. In addition to those supporting the original vision of Chavez, the group also comprised other groups that wanted to use the occasion to voice their support for other kinds of rights for various other groups.

  • Citizens take to the streets in the annual Cesar Chavez March in San Antonio, Texas. Waving flags printed with the flying eagle logo of the United Farm Workers founded by Chavez to press for recognition of farm worker rights in California, marchers cry out "Si, se puede" as they voice their enthusiasm for the rights of workers to fair pay and fair treatment in employment and other areas. In addition to those supporting the original vision of Chavez, the group also comprised other groups that wanted to use the occasion to voice their support for other kinds of rights for various other groups.

  • Citizens take to the streets in the annual Cesar Chavez March in San Antonio, Texas. Waving flags printed with the flying eagle logo of the United Farm Workers founded by Chavez to press for recognition of farm worker rights in California, marchers cry out "Si, se puede" as they voice their enthusiasm for the rights of workers to fair pay and fair treatment in employment and other areas. In addition to those supporting the original vision of Chavez, the group also comprised other groups that wanted to use the occasion to voice their support for other kinds of rights for various other groups.

  • Citizens take to the streets in the annual Cesar Chavez March in San Antonio, Texas. Waving flags printed with the flying eagle logo of the United Farm Workers founded by Chavez to press for recognition of farm worker rights in California, marchers cry out "Si, se puede" as they voice their enthusiasm for the rights of workers to fair pay and fair treatment in employment and other areas. In addition to those supporting the original vision of Chavez, the group also comprised other groups that wanted to use the occasion to voice their support for other kinds of rights for various other groups.

  • Citizens take to the streets in the annual Cesar Chavez March in San Antonio, Texas. Waving flags printed with the flying eagle logo of the United Farm Workers founded by Chavez to press for recognition of farm worker rights in California, marchers cry out "Si, se puede" as they voice their enthusiasm for the rights of workers to fair pay and fair treatment in employment and other areas. In addition to those supporting the original vision of Chavez, the group also comprised other groups that wanted to use the occasion to voice their support for other kinds of rights for various other groups.

  • Led by local and well known civil rights activist Gabriel Velasquez, citizens take to the streets in the annual Cesar Chavez March in San Antonio, Texas. Waving flags printed with the flying eagle logo of the United Farm Workers founded by Chavez to press for recognition of farm worker rights in California, marchers cry out "Si, se puede" as they voice their enthusiasm for the rights of workers to fair pay and fair treatment in employment and other areas. In addition to those supporting the original vision of Chavez, the group also comprised others that wanted to use the occasion to voice their support for other kinds of rights for various other groups as well as those urging support for various congressional political candidates in the upcoming November 2016 elections..

  • Led by local and well known civil rights activist Gabriel Velasquez, citizens take to the streets in the annual Cesar Chavez March in San Antonio, Texas. Waving flags printed with the flying eagle logo of the United Farm Workers founded by Chavez to press for recognition of farm worker rights in California, marchers cry out "Si, se puede" as they voice their enthusiasm for the rights of workers to fair pay and fair treatment in employment and other areas. In addition to those supporting the original vision of Chavez, the group also comprised others that wanted to use the occasion to voice their support for other kinds of rights for various other groups as well as those urging support for various congressional political candidates in the upcoming November 2016 elections..

  • Led by local and well known civil rights activist Gabriel Velasquez, citizens take to the streets in the annual Cesar Chavez March in San Antonio, Texas. Waving flags printed with the flying eagle logo of the United Farm Workers founded by Chavez to press for recognition of farm worker rights in California, marchers cry out "Si, se puede" as they voice their enthusiasm for the rights of workers to fair pay and fair treatment in employment and other areas. In addition to those supporting the original vision of Chavez, the group also comprised others that wanted to use the occasion to voice their support for other kinds of rights for various other groups as well as those urging support for various congressional political candidates in the upcoming November 2016 elections..

  • Citizens take to the streets in the annual Cesar Chavez March in San Antonio, Texas. Waving flags printed with the flying eagle logo of the United Farm Workers founded by Chavez to press for recognition of farm worker rights in California, marchers cry out "Si, se puede" as they voice their enthusiasm for the rights of workers to fair pay and fair treatment in employment and other areas. In addition to those supporting the original vision of Chavez, the group also comprised other groups that wanted to use the occasion to voice their support for other kinds of rights for various other groups.

  • Citizens take to the streets in the annual Cesar Chavez March in San Antonio, Texas. Waving flags printed with the flying eagle logo of the United Farm Workers founded by Chavez to press for recognition of farm worker rights in California, marchers cry out "Si, se puede" as they voice their enthusiasm for the rights of workers to fair pay and fair treatment in employment and other areas. In addition to those supporting the original vision of Chavez, the group also comprised other groups that wanted to use the occasion to voice their support for other kinds of rights for various other groups.

  • Led by local and well known civil rights activist Gabriel Velasquez, citizens take to the streets in the annual Cesar Chavez March in San Antonio, Texas. Waving flags printed with the flying eagle logo of the United Farm Workers founded by Chavez to press for recognition of farm worker rights in California, marchers cry out "Si, se puede" as they voice their enthusiasm for the rights of workers to fair pay and fair treatment in employment and other areas. In addition to those supporting the original vision of Chavez, the group also comprised others that wanted to use the occasion to voice their support for other kinds of rights for various other groups as well as those urging support for various congressional political candidates in the upcoming November 2016 elections..

  • Led by local and well known civil rights activist Gabriel Velasquez, citizens take to the streets in the annual Cesar Chavez March in San Antonio, Texas. Waving flags printed with the flying eagle logo of the United Farm Workers founded by Chavez to press for recognition of farm worker rights in California, marchers cry out "Si, se puede" as they voice their enthusiasm for the rights of workers to fair pay and fair treatment in employment and other areas. In addition to those supporting the original vision of Chavez, the group also comprised others that wanted to use the occasion to voice their support for other kinds of rights for various other groups as well as those urging support for various congressional political candidates in the upcoming November 2016 elections..

  • Led by local and well known civil rights activist Gabriel Velasquez, citizens take to the streets in the annual Cesar Chavez March in San Antonio, Texas. Waving flags printed with the flying eagle logo of the United Farm Workers founded by Chavez to press for recognition of farm worker rights in California, marchers cry out "Si, se puede" as they voice their enthusiasm for the rights of workers to fair pay and fair treatment in employment and other areas. In addition to those supporting the original vision of Chavez, the group also comprised others that wanted to use the occasion to voice their support for other kinds of rights for various other groups as well as those urging support for various congressional political candidates in the upcoming November 2016 elections..

  • Led by local and well known civil rights activist Gabriel Velasquez, citizens take to the streets in the annual Cesar Chavez March in San Antonio, Texas. Waving flags printed with the flying eagle logo of the United Farm Workers founded by Chavez to press for recognition of farm worker rights in California, marchers cry out "Si, se puede" as they voice their enthusiasm for the rights of workers to fair pay and fair treatment in employment and other areas. In addition to those supporting the original vision of Chavez, the group also comprised others that wanted to use the occasion to voice their support for other kinds of rights for various other groups as well as those urging support for various congressional political candidates in the upcoming November 2016 elections..

  • Led by local and well known civil rights activist Gabriel Velasquez, citizens take to the streets in the annual Cesar Chavez March in San Antonio, Texas. Waving flags printed with the flying eagle logo of the United Farm Workers founded by Chavez to press for recognition of farm worker rights in California, marchers cry out "Si, se puede" as they voice their enthusiasm for the rights of workers to fair pay and fair treatment in employment and other areas. In addition to those supporting the original vision of Chavez, the group also comprised others that wanted to use the occasion to voice their support for other kinds of rights for various other groups as well as those urging support for various congressional political candidates in the upcoming November 2016 elections..

  • Citizens take to the streets in the annual Cesar Chavez March in San Antonio, Texas. Waving flags printed with the flying eagle logo of the United Farm Workers founded by Chavez to press for recognition of farm worker rights in California, marchers cry out "Si, se puede" as they voice their enthusiasm for the rights of workers to fair pay and fair treatment in employment and other areas. In addition to those supporting the original vision of Chavez, the group also comprised other groups that wanted to use the occasion to voice their support for other kinds of rights for various other groups.

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