Immigrants’ rights groups plan to march through the streets of Chicago on Inauguration Day in protest of deportations.   Several groups gathered in Chicago Tuesday to announce their plans. On Monday (Jan. 21) they plan to march to the federal building in Chicago to demand a moratorium on the deportation of illegal immigrants.
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“We are here to ask [the president] for a moratorium on the deportation to keep our families together,” said the Rev. Jose Landaverde, pastor Our Lady of Guadalupe Anglican Mission in Chicago.  Jessica Guerrero recently got her deferred action. She is calling for other immigrant students to join the march. “We want everybody to be equal as well as our parents,” Guerrero said.  Landaverde says the march is set for 11 a.m. on Inauguration Day,  and they will congregate at the federal building at noon.
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