Immigration Advocates Revive Freedom Rides

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Immigration rights advocates and union organizers are on a campaign to reenact the famous Freedom Ride of the civil rights movement. Eighteen busloads of immigrants and activists have embarked from 10 different cities. They're driving across the country to promote immigration reform and workers' rights. NPR's Mandalit del Barco reports.

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