August 5, 2010 by The Mormon Worker
By Lee Davidson
Published: Thursday, July 29, 2010
SALT LAKE CITY — About 200 people rallied at the state Capitol on Thursday against Arizona-style immigration reform in Utah. The protest was scheduled to coincide with the day the controversial Arizona law took effect, although a judge blocked the law’s most controversial parts.
At the Utah protest, young, radical Latinos were joined by gay-rights organizations, revolutionary students and Mormon reformists who say underrepresented communities are under attack from legislators who don’t like minorities.
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