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Walking for immigration reform

Walking for immigration reform

Annenburg TV News (ATVN) reports:

For the second consecutive year, Episcopalians from the Dioceses of Los Angeles and San Diego participated in “Called to the Wall,” a one-day walk to the U.S.-Mexico border to demonstrate and stand in solidarity with immigrants.

A mix of people attended including immigrants, church members, supporters and church leadership. The services were lead by Bishop Suffragan of Los Angeles Diane Jargine Bruce and Bishop James Mathes of San Diego.

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