“The rally, which led to a temporary closure of the Hot Metal Bridge, was organized by local immigrants’ rights advocates at Casa San Jose, the Thomas Merton Center, Pittsburgh United, and the Pittsburgh Coalition of Black Trade Unionists, as well as the Pennsylvania Interfaith Impact Network.

Monica Ruiz, a community organizer with Casa San Jose, addressed the crowd in front of 3000 Sidney St. just after 2 p.m.  ‘We’re here today because we want to show the world that this is not the type of treatment we want for our families here in Pittsburgh or across this country,’ she said.” Read it here.

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