Nadando Contra la Corriente con Justicia Migrante: Episodio 15 - Siguen las detenciones y hay cambios en la ley Polimigra

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Hoy 4 de Abril! Hablaremos del arresto de 3 compañeros de la comunidad aqui en Vermont; ellos estaban y trabajabando y viviendo en un rancho lechero en Sheldon Vermont. POLIMIGRA-hablaremos de los cambios la ley Polimigra; como nos afecta y que es lo mas importante a saber de los cambios y que podemos hacer juntos para que Vermont respete los derechos de todos y no sea una maquina de deportacion con apoyo de la policia. Tambien daremos un informe del programa Leche con Dignidad!
No te pierdas el show esta tarde.

Today April 4! We will talk about the arrest of 3 community partners here in Vermont; they were working and living on a dairy farm in Sheldon Vermont. POLIMIGRA-We will talk about the changes in the Polimigra law; how it affects us and what is most important to know about the changes and what we can do together so that Vermont respects the rights of all and does not become a deportation machine with the support of the police. We will also give a report of the Milk with Dignity program!
Do not miss the show this afternoon.

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