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Texting Tree
Texting Tree

AIR DATE: February 23, 2011

There are some communities in California and Arizona where Hispanics are using cell phones, texting and social media, to mobilize and even avert law enforcement efforts to find undocumented immigrants. We look at how technology is changing the way people protest and fight against racial profiling.

Nadine Arroyo Rodriguez, reporter, KJZZ
Ruxandra Guidi, reporter, KPBS
Lydia Guzman, activist

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