Jose Antonio Vargas, a journalist, filmmaker, and immigration rights activist from San Francisco, holds up his California driver’s license as he speaks to supporters of fair immigration reform at the Supreme Court in Washington on April 18. He will speak at Sacramento State on Monday.
Jose Antonio Vargas, a journalist, filmmaker, and immigration rights activist from San Francisco, holds up his California driver’s license as he speaks to supporters of fair immigration reform at the Supreme Court in Washington on April 18. He will speak at Sacramento State on Monday. Pablo Martinez Monsivais Associated Press file
Jose Antonio Vargas, a journalist, filmmaker, and immigration rights activist from San Francisco, holds up his California driver’s license as he speaks to supporters of fair immigration reform at the Supreme Court in Washington on April 18. He will speak at Sacramento State on Monday. Pablo Martinez Monsivais Associated Press file

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