Chicago,  Illinois <br />
USA <br />
2008 <br />
<br />
An estimated 400,000 protesters took to the streets of Chicago Monday May 1, 2006 to show their support for the 11 million illegal immigrants living in the United States. Hundreds of thousands of immigrants and their supporters took part in marches across the country, part of the nationwide boycott, "Day Without an Immigrant." Chicago's march was a mostly peaceful and united message to the U.S. Congress which is debating the status of illegal immigrants.

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Iherrit America
Chicago, Illinois
USA
2008

An estimated 400,000 protesters took to the streets of Chicago Monday May 1, 2006 to show their support for the 11 million illegal immigrants living in the United States. Hundreds of thousands of immigrants and their supporters took part in marches across the country, part of the nationwide boycott, "Day Without an Immigrant." Chicago's march was a mostly peaceful and united message to the U.S. Congress which is debating the status of illegal immigrants.

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Photographer: Facing Change: Documenting America
Source: Carlos Javier Ortiz ©
Date 31 Mar 2006
Location: Chicago USA USA
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