March marks second anniversary of contentious Arizona immigration law

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Phoenix, Arizona (July 28, 2012) - About three hundred people marched to protest the second anniversary of the approval of some provisions of the SB 1070 immigration law. The march, called "No Papers, No Fear" was organized by immigrant rights groups who say the law discriminates people of brown skin. In this photograph, demonstrators brought to the "No Papers No Fear" march this banner in support of gay undocumented immigrants. The painting displayed on the banner includes these words: "Undocumented, Queer, Unafraid." Photo by Eduardo Barraza © 2012
Phoenix, Arizona (July 28, 2012) - About three hundred people marched to protest the second anniversary of the approval of some provisions of the SB 1070 immigration law. The march, called "No Papers, No Fear" was organized by immigrant rights groups who say the law discriminates people of brown skin. In this photograph, demonstrators brought to the "No Papers No Fear" march this banner in support of gay undocumented immigrants. The painting displayed on the banner...
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