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 Building Bridges 
 Ken Nash and Mimi Rosenberg  
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From Hurt and Hope During Holy Week Towards Resurrection
The New Sanctuary Coalition NYC
Fahd Ahmed, Exec. Director, DRUM " South Asian Organizing Center

The U.S. is scheduled to deport over 160 Bangladeshis who had requested asylum. These men have been kept in detention under deplorable conditions, so much so that they were driven to go on hunger strikes to bring attention to their plight. Now, they are fighting for basic human rights against their imminent deportation. But, on Easter Friday, a special day for many Christians a broad coalition led by faith-based organizations came to Federal Plaza in a pray out to raise up the principles of that holy day by protesting the deportation of their brother Bangladeshis and advocating for changes to our immigration policies that lift up the common humanity of all and provide people with the opportunity to live in dignity. The protestors surrounded Federal Plaza, speaking the words of pain and suffering that immigrants experience and railed against a system that punishes and destroys families and communities.
Produced by Ken Nash and Mimi Rosenberg
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