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The CDC’s main coronavirus webpage is offered in Spanish, Chinese, Korean and Vietnamese.

On March 16, the White House and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued a public alert aimed at preventing the spread of COVID-19. The problem: For days, it was in English only – leaving millions of non-English speakers in the U.S. without direct guidance from the federal government amid the deadly and fast-moving pandemic. Read more»

Akemi Vargas, 8, spoke of her father’s deportation at a Puente Arizona rally Monday in downtown Phoenix. 'I would really like to say to him to try to come back,' Vargas said, 'and that I want me and him and my family to be together.'

Demonstrators in Phoenix decried the Trump administration's new policy of separating more migrant children from their families. Read more»

The Phoenix City Council on Wednesday rejected a bid to declare the large southwestern U.S. municipality a "sanctuary city" despite vocal cries to protect undocumented immigrants. Read more»

Police on Wednesday arrested seven protesters from a group outside a Phoenix immigration center blocking a van carrying a detained woman they saw as an early victim of President Trump's promise to clamp down on illegal immigration. Read more»

Activists demonstrate outside the Eloy Detention Center on Saturday.

More than 200 immigrant detainees launched a hunger strike Saturday morning, demanding an end to "brutal and inhumane conditions" and independent investigations into the death of at least one detainee at the Eloy Detention Center, 50 miles north of Tucson. Read more» 6

Protesters performed skits in Spanish where actors playing families were threatened by other actors wearing signs printed with 'ICE.'

Protesters representing separated families and national immigration groups gathered in front of the ICE office in Phoenix on Monday afternoon. While some declared the event a success, others wondered if their message was heard since the building was already closed for Columbus Day. Read more»