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LV unites for immigrant rights

“A day without immigrants” became a reality Monday when thousands – including a contingent from ULV – marched throughout the Los Angeles area to show their discontent with a proposed federal law that would seriously limit the rights of undocumented individuals in this country.

Most University of La Verne students attended regular classes, though some on this culturally diverse campus joined in the demonstrations.

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