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Mass. ministers on mission to stand up for immigrants

Pair delayed raids in Ariz., got jailed

Police took the Rev. Wendy von Zirpolo of Gloucester to jail during a protest on the new immigration law in Phoenix. Police took the Rev. Wendy von Zirpolo of Gloucester to jail during a protest on the new immigration law in Phoenix.
By Jack Nicas
Globe Correspondent / August 11, 2010

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It was the first day of Arizona’s controversial new immigration law, and “America’s Toughest Sheriff’’ had scheduled a noontime sweep of illegal immigrants. But two Massachusetts ministers traveled 2,300 miles to interrupt, even if it meant a night in Joe Arpaio’s jail. (Full article: 594 words)

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