Protestor Bacilio Castro, center, participates in a mock arrest of immigrants at Trade and Tryon Streets in Charlotte earlier this year. Local activists acted out the dramatization of an immigration raid, in order to educate the community on the realities of families who face immigration raids.
Protestor Bacilio Castro, center, participates in a mock arrest of immigrants at Trade and Tryon Streets in Charlotte earlier this year. Local activists acted out the dramatization of an immigration raid, in order to educate the community on the realities of families who face immigration raids. Jeff Siner jsiner@charlotteobserver.com
Protestor Bacilio Castro, center, participates in a mock arrest of immigrants at Trade and Tryon Streets in Charlotte earlier this year. Local activists acted out the dramatization of an immigration raid, in order to educate the community on the realities of families who face immigration raids. Jeff Siner jsiner@charlotteobserver.com

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