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New Nashville law victimizes Hispanic community

 The Contributor - USA 23 July 2019

In Nashville, immigrants and advocates speak out against contentious Davidson County immigration law which, they claim, is being flouted by police as a means to target the local Hispanic community. “They treated me as if I were not a human being.” (1694 Words) - By Jesse Call

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Immigrants and advocates march to the Tennessee Supreme Court to voice their opposition to Davidson County's 287(g) law, which gives Davidson County sheriff's deputies the ability to check the immigration status of any person arrested and processed through the Davidson County jail system. Photo: Jesse Call

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Immigrants and advocates gather in the chapel of the Downtown Presbyterian Church to rally against Davidson County's 287(g) law. Photo: Jesse Call


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