Hundreds Attend Reform Rally

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Posted: April 11, 2013

Anthony Alexandra Ayala, 3, stands with his mom, Anyi Barahona (left), who immigrated from Honduras 9 years ago, and dad, Hector Rosales (right), who left from Guatemala 13 years ago, during an immigration reform rally on Court Square Wednesday. Hundreds of people, immigrants and American-born, came to show support for immigration reform. (Photos by Jason Lenhart / DN-R)
Supporters of positive immigration reform doned t-shirts and brandished signs showing their support during an immigration reform rally at the Court Square on Wednesday.
Marchers walk along Liberty Street on Wednesday in support of positive immigration reform during Wednesday’s rally that started on Court Square.
David Parsley, right, stands with his daughter Claire (left), 8, and Brendan (center), 10, during an immigration reform protest at the court square on Wednesday. While the Parsley family aren’t immigrants, they have family friends who are, and attended the rally to show support for positive immigration reform.
Hundreds of protesters march down Liberty Street after an immigration reform rally on Court Square on Wednesday.
HARRISONBURG — A scattered, motley force of hundreds of people surrounded the south steps of Rockingham County Circuit Courthouse Wednesday evening.

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