Indiana Residents Protest Arizona’s Immigration Law
More than 100 people ranging in ages arrived downtown Thursday in South Bend, Indiana to protest the anti-immigration law in Arizona. Protesters first held a rally at Morris Center for Performing Arts where the overwhelming messages was the respect of a diverse community. Across the street from the Performing Arts center, residents advocating the Arizona Law participated in their own protest.
The AZ law protesters marched down Colfax Avenue where they stopped at U.S. Rep. Joe Donnelly’s office to present signatures. The march ended at the Civil Rights Heritage Center on West Washington Street. The U.S. Rep responded to the public through WSBT-TV releasing a statement saying he thinks the federal government needs to do more to secure borders.