Immigrants Are Essential: A Vital Art Project Shining A Light On The Frontline • Discoverology

Immigrants Are Essential: A Vital Art Project Shining A Light On The Frontline

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To shed light on the essential workers who are healing the sick, stocking our groceries, delivering our packages and cleaning our streets, there is a new political art campaign called Immigrants Are Essential. It’s a project of non-profits Resilience Force and the National Immigration Law Center.

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