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by Jim Byrne |
Arizona teachers protest prosecution of humanitarian activist Scott Warren. (Fight Back! News/staff)

Day six of Arizona migrant aid trial sees RedForEd solidarity

Tucson, AZ - On June 6, nearly 150 people gathered outside the Federal Courthouse in downtown Tucson to demonstrate solidarity with humanitarian activist Scott Warren. Warren, an Arizona State University geography professor from the border town of Ajo, is facing 20 years in federal prison for providing humanitarian aid to crossing immigrants.

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