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Immigrant employees in U.S. go on strike to mark "A Day Without Immigrants"

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[United States], Feb 17 (ANI): Immigrants in various cities across the United States on Thursday refused to spend money nor go to work on "A Day Without Immigrants" in an effort to show the Trump
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News video: Protesters March for 'Day Without Immigrants' at Austin City Hall

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Hundreds of people gathered at Austin City Hall to rally in solidarity with the immigrant community as part of a Day Without Immigrants on Thursday, February 16. The protesters also marched to the Texas State Capitol, according to a report.More than 20 Austin restaurants also reported they were...

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