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Data da imagem: 18/07/2029
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Rochester New York NY downtown city gay rainbow flag for Pride Festival Party in the Park at Martin Luther King Jr Memorial Park

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NY:Youth walking to DC for a clean Dream Act

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- February 15, 2018 - 11 undocumented youth and allies began The Walk to Stay Home, a 15-day walk from New York City?s Battery Park to Washington D.C.?s Martin Luther King Jr. memorial. The 250-mile journey has been organized by the Seed Project with the support of the #OurDream Campaign to draw attention to the need for a clean Dream Act that not only grants permanent protection for undocumented youth but does not harm 11 million undocumented people living and working in the United States. Photo Credit: Erik McGregor/ Sipa USA/ Fotoarena

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NY:Youth walking to DC for a clean Dream Act

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Hector, 27, DACA recipient born in Colombia and raised in New Jersey - - February 15, 2018 - 11 undocumented youth and allies began The Walk to Stay Home, a 15-day walk from New York City?s Battery Park to Washington D.C.?s Martin Luther King Jr. memorial. The 250-mile journey has been organized by the Seed Project with the support of the #OurDream Campaign to draw attention to the need for a clean Dream Act that not only grants permanent protection for undocumented youth but does not harm 11 million undocumented people living and working in the United States. Photo Credit: Erik McGregor/ Sipa USA/ Fotoarena

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NY:Youth walking to DC for a clean Dream Act

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- February 15, 2018 - 11 undocumented youth and allies began The Walk to Stay Home, a 15-day walk from New York City?s Battery Park to Washington D.C.?s Martin Luther King Jr. memorial. The 250-mile journey has been organized by the Seed Project with the support of the #OurDream Campaign to draw attention to the need for a clean Dream Act that not only grants permanent protection for undocumented youth but does not harm 11 million undocumented people living and working in the United States. Photo Credit: Erik McGregor/ Sipa USA/ Fotoarena

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NY:Youth walking to DC for a clean Dream Act

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Barbara, DACA recipient - - February 15, 2018 - 11 undocumented youth and allies began The Walk to Stay Home, a 15-day walk from New York City?s Battery Park to Washington D.C.?s Martin Luther King Jr. memorial. The 250-mile journey has been organized by the Seed Project with the support of the #OurDream Campaign to draw attention to the need for a clean Dream Act that not only grants permanent protection for undocumented youth but does not harm 11 million undocumented people living and working in the United States. Photo Credit: Erik McGregor/ Sipa USA/ Fotoarena

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NY:Youth walking to DC for a clean Dream Act

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- February 15, 2018 - 11 undocumented youth and allies began The Walk to Stay Home, a 15-day walk from New York City?s Battery Park to Washington D.C.?s Martin Luther King Jr. memorial. The 250-mile journey has been organized by the Seed Project with the support of the #OurDream Campaign to draw attention to the need for a clean Dream Act that not only grants permanent protection for undocumented youth but does not harm 11 million undocumented people living and working in the United States. Photo Credit: Erik McGregor/ Sipa USA/ Fotoarena

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NY:Youth walking to DC for a clean Dream Act

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Haydi, 20, undocumented immigrated to the US fro La Ceiba, Honduras in 2012 - - February 15, 2018 - 11 undocumented youth and allies began The Walk to Stay Home, a 15-day walk from New York City?s Battery Park to Washington D.C.?s Martin Luther King Jr. memorial. The 250-mile journey has been organized by the Seed Project with the support of the #OurDream Campaign to draw attention to the need for a clean Dream Act that not only grants permanent protection for undocumented youth but does not harm 11 million undocumented people living and working in the United States. Photo Credit: Erik McGregor/ Sipa USA/ Fotoarena

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NY:Youth walking to DC for a clean Dream Act

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- February 15, 2018 - 11 undocumented youth and allies began The Walk to Stay Home, a 15-day walk from New York City?s Battery Park to Washington D.C.?s Martin Luther King Jr. memorial. The 250-mile journey has been organized by the Seed Project with the support of the #OurDream Campaign to draw attention to the need for a clean Dream Act that not only grants permanent protection for undocumented youth but does not harm 11 million undocumented people living and working in the United States. Photo Credit: Erik McGregor/ Sipa USA/ Fotoarena

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NY:Youth walking to DC for a clean Dream Act

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- February 15, 2018 - 11 undocumented youth and allies began The Walk to Stay Home, a 15-day walk from New York City?s Battery Park to Washington D.C.?s Martin Luther King Jr. memorial. The 250-mile journey has been organized by the Seed Project with the support of the #OurDream Campaign to draw attention to the need for a clean Dream Act that not only grants permanent protection for undocumented youth but does not harm 11 million undocumented people living and working in the United States. Photo Credit: Erik McGregor/ Sipa USA/ Fotoarena

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- February 15, 2018 - 11 undocumented youth and allies began The Walk to Stay Home, a 15-day walk from New York City?s Battery Park to Washington D.C.?s Martin Luther King Jr. memorial. The 250-mile journey has been organized by the Seed Project with the support of the #OurDream Campaign to draw attention to the need for a clean Dream Act that not only grants permanent protection for undocumented youth but does not harm 11 million undocumented people living and working in the United States. Photo Credit: Erik McGregor/ Sipa USA/ Fotoarena

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Li, 24, DACA recipient born in Mexico and raised in New Jersey - - February 15, 2018 - 11 undocumented youth and allies began The Walk to Stay Home, a 15-day walk from New York City?s Battery Park to Washington D.C.?s Martin Luther King Jr. memorial. The 250-mile journey has been organized by the Seed Project with the support of the #OurDream Campaign to draw attention to the need for a clean Dream Act that not only grants permanent protection for undocumented youth but does not harm 11 million undocumented people living and working in the United States. Photo Credit: Erik McGregor/ Sipa USA/ Fotoarena

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NYC: Youth walking to DC for a clean Dream Act

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February 15, 2018 - New York, New York, United States - On February 15, 2018; 11 undocumented youth and allies began The Walk to Stay Home, a 15-day walk from New York City?s Battery Park to Washington D.C.?s Martin Luther King Jr. memorial. The 250-mile journey has been organized by the Seed Project with the support of the #OurDream Campaign to draw attention to the need for a clean Dream Act that not only grants permanent protection for undocumented youth but does not harm 11 million undocumented people living and working in the United States. (Credit Image: © Erik Mcgregor/Pacific Press/Zuma Wire/Fotoarena)

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NYC: Youth walking to DC for a clean Dream Act

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February 15, 2018 - New York, New York, United States - On February 15, 2018; 11 undocumented youth and allies began The Walk to Stay Home, a 15-day walk from New York City?s Battery Park to Washington D.C.?s Martin Luther King Jr. memorial. The 250-mile journey has been organized by the Seed Project with the support of the #OurDream Campaign to draw attention to the need for a clean Dream Act that not only grants permanent protection for undocumented youth but does not harm 11 million undocumented people living and working in the United States. (Credit Image: © Erik Mcgregor/Pacific Press/Zuma Wire/Fotoarena)

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NYC: Youth walking to DC for a clean Dream Act

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February 15, 2018 - New York, New York, United States - Haydi, 20, undocumented immigrated to the US fro La Ceiba, Honduras in 2012 - On February 15, 2018; 11 undocumented youth and allies began The Walk to Stay Home, a 15-day walk from New York City?s Battery Park to Washington D.C.?s Martin Luther King Jr. memorial. The 250-mile journey has been organized by the Seed Project with the support of the #OurDream Campaign to draw attention to the need for a clean Dream Act that not only grants permanent protection for undocumented youth but does not harm 11 million undocumented people living and working in the United States. (Credit Image: © Erik Mcgregor/Pacific Press/Zuma Wire/Fotoarena)

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NYC: Youth walking to DC for a clean Dream Act

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February 15, 2018 - New York, New York, United States - Barbara, DACA recipient - On February 15, 2018; 11 undocumented youth and allies began The Walk to Stay Home, a 15-day walk from New York City?s Battery Park to Washington D.C.?s Martin Luther King Jr. memorial. The 250-mile journey has been organized by the Seed Project with the support of the #OurDream Campaign to draw attention to the need for a clean Dream Act that not only grants permanent protection for undocumented youth but does not harm 11 million undocumented people living and working in the United States. (Credit Image: © Erik Mcgregor/Pacific Press/Zuma Wire/Fotoarena)

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NYC: Youth walking to DC for a clean Dream Act

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February 15, 2018 - New York, New York, United States - On February 15, 2018; 11 undocumented youth and allies began The Walk to Stay Home, a 15-day walk from New York City?s Battery Park to Washington D.C.?s Martin Luther King Jr. memorial. The 250-mile journey has been organized by the Seed Project with the support of the #OurDream Campaign to draw attention to the need for a clean Dream Act that not only grants permanent protection for undocumented youth but does not harm 11 million undocumented people living and working in the United States. (Credit Image: © Erik Mcgregor/Pacific Press/Zuma Wire/Fotoarena)

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NYC: Youth walking to DC for a clean Dream Act

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February 15, 2018 - New York, New York, United States - On February 15, 2018; 11 undocumented youth and allies began The Walk to Stay Home, a 15-day walk from New York City?s Battery Park to Washington D.C.?s Martin Luther King Jr. memorial. The 250-mile journey has been organized by the Seed Project with the support of the #OurDream Campaign to draw attention to the need for a clean Dream Act that not only grants permanent protection for undocumented youth but does not harm 11 million undocumented people living and working in the United States. (Credit Image: © Erik Mcgregor/Pacific Press/Zuma Wire/Fotoarena)

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NYC: Youth walking to DC for a clean Dream Act

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February 15, 2018 - New York, New York, United States - On February 15, 2018; 11 undocumented youth and allies began The Walk to Stay Home, a 15-day walk from New York City?s Battery Park to Washington D.C.?s Martin Luther King Jr. memorial. The 250-mile journey has been organized by the Seed Project with the support of the #OurDream Campaign to draw attention to the need for a clean Dream Act that not only grants permanent protection for undocumented youth but does not harm 11 million undocumented people living and working in the United States. (Credit Image: © Erik Mcgregor/Pacific Press/Zuma Wire/Fotoarena)

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February 15, 2018 - New York, New York, United States - On February 15, 2018; 11 undocumented youth and allies began The Walk to Stay Home, a 15-day walk from New York City?s Battery Park to Washington D.C.?s Martin Luther King Jr. memorial. The 250-mile journey has been organized by the Seed Project with the support of the #OurDream Campaign to draw attention to the need for a clean Dream Act that not only grants permanent protection for undocumented youth but does not harm 11 million undocumented people living and working in the United States. (Credit Image: © Erik Mcgregor/Pacific Press/Zuma Wire/Fotoarena)

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NYC: Youth walking to DC for a clean Dream Act

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February 15, 2018 - New York, New York, United States - On February 15, 2018; 11 undocumented youth and allies began The Walk to Stay Home, a 15-day walk from New York City?s Battery Park to Washington D.C.?s Martin Luther King Jr. memorial. The 250-mile journey has been organized by the Seed Project with the support of the #OurDream Campaign to draw attention to the need for a clean Dream Act that not only grants permanent protection for undocumented youth but does not harm 11 million undocumented people living and working in the United States. (Credit Image: © Erik Mcgregor/Pacific Press/Zuma Wire/Fotoarena)

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