Freedom ride takes 90-city tour

Guntzel, Jeff
October 2003
National Catholic Reporter;10/17/2003, Vol. 39 Issue 44, p12
Reports on the progress of the Immigrant Workers Freedom Ride, a demonstration calling for Congress to take notice on immigrant rights and legal issues in the U.S. Estimates on the number of participants in the rally; Support of the Catholic Church; Total number of cities joining the rally.


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