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Father Alejandro Solalinde, a Roman Catholic priest from Mexico, addresses supporters through the border fence between Calexico, California and Mexicali, Mexico. On April 30 he and a caravan of immigration reformers set out on a cross-country trip that will culminate in Washington, DC in late May.

Father Alejandro Solalinde is known across Mexico for sheltering migrants from brutality. Kicking off a caravan of reformers that will travel across the United States and culminate in Washington, DC in late May, he held the blue-and-white Honduran flag Tuesday morning and urged the protection of all immigrants regardless of their origins — Mexico, Central America, South America and otherwise. Read more»