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The Trail for Humanity send-off rally in Oakland’s Fruitvale was more determined than celebratory – the adults resolute, the children a little apprehensive – as they prepare to walk 300 miles to the U.S.-Mexico border. – Photo: Al Osorio

Trail for Humanity: Mothers and children walk from Merced to the border

July 24, 2014

Cindy Cristal Gonzalez and Valeska Castaneda Gutierrez are young mothers and college students, deeply proud of their ancestral roots and motivated to help their people. The two worked together with a network of activists, and on Tuesday, July 22, they put their plan into action: mothers and their children walking 300 miles for 30 days to the border to draw attention to the mass deportations, imprisonment and suffering of our people.

Louisiana Legislature votes to parole some elderly prisoners

June 28, 2011

The American Civil Liberties Union hailed the passage of a bill in the Louisiana legislature making it easier for elderly prisoners to get a parole hearing as an important step towards reducing the state’s unnecessarily high prison population.

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