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Tuesday, May 1, 2007

Border Guardians Spew Hatred During Migrant March in Tucson

TUCSON, Ariz. -- Thousands marched for migrant rights here on Tuesday, as less than a dozen members of the hate group Border Guardians yelled profanity and racial slurs at marchers. Photos by Brenda Norrell: (Above) Russ Dove, member of Border Guardians, attempts to provoke marchers with racial insults and obscenities. (Below) Sebastian Quinac, Mayan Cakchiquel from Guatemala, stands as Border Guardians assemble behind him and insult marchers. Photo 3: Mario Guardo rode his motorcycle with an American flag and the sign, "Humanitarian Aid is Never a Crime." Photo 4: Thousands marched, shouting, "Cesar Chavez," and "No More Deaths," through the streets of Tucson.

News articles on marches for migrant rights in Tucson and Phoenix:
COMMENT POST: In response to the comment posted, I don't have video posted, but there are two videos at You Tube of Border Guardians in Phoenix, see link below. Tucson TV stations were present at the Tucson rally, so the stations may have news video available.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I wanted to see video on the "racial insults and obscenities" but when I clicked on the picture it wasn't a video. Do you have any video of the "racial insults and obscenities"?

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