Pharr, Texas – President Trump is gearing up to deliver his first State of the Union speech Tuesday night. A speech that one undocumented activist in South Texas hopes will end the uncertainty many like her are feeling.
An activist and an undocumented immigrant fighting for a chance to stay.
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Tania Chavez, who came to the U.S. at age 14, is placing her hopes that Congress and the President will pass a ‘dream act’ so she may remain in the country legally.
Chavez, who works for the non-profit immigrant organization La Union del Pueblo Entero, or LUPE, isn’t afraid to come out from the shadows and speak her mind.
“I’m very fortunate that my community is with me and
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