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Immigration reform rally draws hundreds

Sarah Giouzepis, left, of Deer Park, and Teodora

Sarah Giouzepis, left, of Deer Park, and Teodora Feliz, center, of Wheatley Heights, carry signs as people of faith and community members march down Straight Path in Wyandanch in an interfaith pilgrimage and vigil to bring attention to what they see as the immediate need for an end to deportations and immigration raids. (Oct. 27, 2013) Photo Credit: Steve Pfost

Hundreds of people took to the streets in Wyandanch on Sunday to call on Congress to pass comprehensive immigration reform.

Sarah Giouzepis, left, of Deer Park, and Teodora
Photo Credit: Steve Pfost

Sarah Giouzepis, left, of Deer Park, and Teodora Feliz, center, of Wheatley Heights, carry signs as people of faith and community members march down Straight Path in Wyandanch in an interfaith pilgrimage and vigil to bring attention to what they see as the immediate need for an end to deportations and immigration raids. (Oct. 27, 2013)

People of faith and community members march down
Photo Credit: Steve Pfost

People of faith and community members march down Straight Path in Wyandanch in an interfaith pilgrimage and vigil to push for the passage of an immigration reform bill that would put 11 million people on a path to citizenship. (Oct. 27, 2013)

Fermin Reyes of Lindenhurst holds up a sign
Photo Credit: Steve Pfost

Fermin Reyes of Lindenhurst holds up a sign as people of faith and community members march down Straight Path in Wyandanch in an interfaith show of support for immigration reform. (Oct. 27, 2013)

Deysi Hare of Lindenhurst prays on a guitar
Photo Credit: Steve Pfost

Deysi Hare of Lindenhurst prays on a guitar as people of faith and community members march down Straight Path in Wyandanch in an interfaith show of support for immigration reform. (Oct. 27, 2013)

Deysi Hare of Lindenhurst prays on a guitar
Photo Credit: Steve Pfost

Deysi Hare of Lindenhurst prays on a guitar during a march down Straight Path in Wyandanch in an interfaith call for immigration reform. (Oct. 27, 2013)

Teodora Feliza, center, of Wheatley Heights, cheers during
Photo Credit: Steve Pfost

Teodora Feliza, center, of Wheatley Heights, cheers during a speech, during a march down Straight Path in Wyandanch to support immigration reform. (Oct. 27, 2013)

People of faith and community members march down
Photo Credit: Steve Pfost

People of faith and community members march down Straight Path in Wyandanch in an interfaith show of support for the passage of an immigration reform bill that would putl 11 million people on a path to citizenship. (Oct. 27, 2013)

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