Arizona Pastor Says Immigration Law Encourages Racism

Pastor Luz Santiago from Mesa, Arizona states the affects Arizona's SB 1070 is causing.

Gabriella Landeros

Pastor Luz Santiago from Mesa, Arizona spoke out against Arizona’s controversial immigration law during a press conference on Capitol Hill Monday.

“It has created racism, it has created hatred amongst the people,” Santiago said.

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