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The words "No Cages No Jaulas" appear over downtown Los Angeles as part of a day of activism by artists nationwide to mark the July 4 holiday. The message was designed by the artist Beatriz Cortez. Dee Gonzalez, In Plain Sight hide caption

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With Fleets Of Planes, Artists Take To Skies Nationwide To Protest Mass Detention

This Independence Day, more than 80 artists will fly pro-immigrant messages over detention facilities and courts, former internment camps, the U.S.-Mexico border and Ellis Island.

My Story Kero One & Hero One
Take My Time Skinshape
We Were Never There Nym
Maria Redowa London Symphony Orchestra
Gidget Free Nationals

The words "No Cages No Jaulas" appear over downtown Los Angeles as part of a day of activism by artists nationwide to mark the July 4 holiday. The message was designed by the artist Beatriz Cortez. Dee Gonzalez, In Plain Sight hide caption

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Dee Gonzalez, In Plain Sight

With Fleets Of Planes, Artists Take To Skies Nationwide To Protest Mass Detention

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