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Fire and ICE: Images of Immigrant Activism

A photo essay by Joanne Kim.

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Jose Luis Hernandez Cruz at the Church of the Epiphany.
Photo by Joanne Kim

Rev. Richard Estrada of the Church of the Epiphany. A long-time activist, him and his church are hosting Jose Luis Hernandez Cruz.
Photo by Joanne Kim

Jose Luis Hernandez Cruz at the Church of the Epiphany.
Photo by Joanne Kim

 

Jose Luis Hernandez Cruz, has a prosthetic leg, is missing his right
arm and has only one working finger on his left hand – the result of falling off a train in Mexico on his way to the U.S. Photo by Joanne Kim

Victor Narro, Project Director at the UCLA Labor Center.
Photo by Joanne Kim

 

Antonio Bernabe, Organizing Director for the Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights (CHIRLA).
Photo by Joanne Kim

CHIRLA “Know Your Rights” training in Pacoima, CA.
Photo by Joanne Kim

Maru Galvan of CHIRLA.
Photo by Joanne Kim

Antonio Bernabe hosting a “Know Your Rights” training in Pacoima, CA.
Photo by Joanne Kim

CHIRLA “Know Your Rights” training in Pacoima, CA. Photo by Joanne Kim

CHIRLA “Know Your Rights” training in Pacoima, CA. Photo by Joanne Kim

Lus Armas is an immigrant-rights activist who is a part of CHIRLA. Seeing her grandchildren live with the daily fear of having their mother be deported motivated her to educate other undocumented people about their rights. Photo by Joanne Kim

Maria de la Paz Ruiz and her daughter, she wants to inform undocumented people that they have rights. Photo by Joanne Kim

Elsy Perez is an immigrant-rights activist. She wants people to not be scared of ICE, that she and many others are fighting for immigrant rights and the rights of all people. Photo by Joanne Kim

 

 

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