Latino workers march against city, federal deportation programs

More than 1,000 Latino workers fought today for immigrant rights by marching over the Brooklyn Bridge.Organizers say they were rallying against the city's cooperation with

BROOKLYN - More than 1,000 Latino workers fought today for immigrant rights by marching over the Brooklyn Bridge.

Organizers say they were rallying against the city's cooperation with federal deportation programs. They say the Department of Corrections treats undocumented people unfairly.

The march ended at City Hall.

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