Mega March Vocalizes Immigrants' Needs

Mega March Vocalizes Immigrants' Needs

On Sunday, April 10, 2017, thousands took to the streets of downtown Dallas to march for immigration reform, immigrant rights, minority rights, freedom for all, justice and patriotism. The Mega March, which Gonzalez led with longtime Dallas activist Domingo Garcia, was about building a sense of community in Dallas. Included in that community this year was Dallas' new refugee population, which has come under intense scrutiny as Donald Trump's White House has tightened restrictions on incoming refugees and attempted to ban travel from several countries in the Middle East. Photos by Elroy Johnson IV


On Sunday, April 10, 2017, thousands took to the streets of downtown Dallas to march for immigration reform, immigrant rights, minority rights, freedom for all, justice and patriotism. The Mega March, which Gonzalez led with longtime Dallas activist Domingo Garcia, was about building a sense of community in Dallas. Included in that community this year was Dallas' new refugee population, which has come under intense scrutiny as Donald Trump's White House has tightened restrictions on incoming refugees and attempted to ban travel from several countries in the Middle East. Photos by Elroy Johnson IV
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