Saturday School for Immigration Protesters

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A protester's sign reads: 'Is trying to provide a better future for us a crime from our parents?' i

A protester's sign reads: "Is trying to provide a better future for us a crime from our parents?" Sara Harris, Youth Radio hide caption

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A protester's sign reads: 'Is trying to provide a better future for us a crime from our parents?'

A protester's sign reads: "Is trying to provide a better future for us a crime from our parents?"

Sara Harris, Youth Radio

Some Los Angeles-area high school students who left school to participate in an immigrant rights rally earlier this April are being punished with detention on Saturdays. Youth Radio correspondent Jennifer Obakhume reports.

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