Salisbury Press

Friday, May 29, 2020
On May 14, more than 200 cars carrying mobile headstones caravan through Allentown, protesting President Donald Trump’s failed handling of the COVID-19 crisis and demanding an end to the exclusion of immigrant, mixed status and undocumented families from stimulus benefits. The caravan, organized by Make the Road Action in Pennsylvania, extended more than two miles long through Allentown. Cars On May 14, more than 200 cars carrying mobile headstones caravan through Allentown, protesting President Donald Trump’s failed handling of the COVID-19 crisis and demanding an end to the exclusion of immigrant, mixed status and undocumented families from stimulus benefits. The caravan, organized by Make the Road Action in Pennsylvania, extended more than two miles long through Allentown. Cars
On May 14, more than 200 cars carrying mobile headstones caravan through Allentown, protesting President Donald Trump’s failed handling of the COVID-19 crisis and demanding an end to the exclusion of immigrant, mixed status and undocumented families from stimulus benefits. The caravan, organized by Make the Road Action in Pennsylvania, extended more than two miles long through Allentown. Cars On May 14, more than 200 cars carrying mobile headstones caravan through Allentown, protesting President Donald Trump’s failed handling of the COVID-19 crisis and demanding an end to the exclusion of immigrant, mixed status and undocumented families from stimulus benefits. The caravan, organized by Make the Road Action in Pennsylvania, extended more than two miles long through Allentown. Cars

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