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[Adelfa Callejo and Hector Flores speak in front of a video camera]
Two immigration protesters, Adelfa Callejo and Hector Flores, appear to be in the midst of an interview - a video camera and microphone are pointed in their direction. A large crowd of protesters gather behind them.
[Adelfa Callejo at the Dallas Mega March]
Adelfa Callejo is a Dallas lawyer and civil rights activist who is a leader in the Hispanic community. She is seen here marching in the April 2006 "Mega March" in Dallas, Texas protesting immigration laws along with Hector Flores and other protestors.
[Administrators pose in front of a mural at the Cesar Chavez School]
Part of the administrative team of the Cesar Chavez elementary school of Fort Worth, from left to right: Alicia Menchaca, Christine Gardiner, Lina Aguillon, Lourdes Martinez, Mary Jane Cantu, Teresa Brown, Nora Barron, and Betty Delarosa.
[Adults and children make up crowd of protesters]
Families take part in a protest on Saturday in Dallas against the anti-immigration measures which would endanger undocumented immigrants.
[Air Rifle Team for Paschal High School in Fort Worth]
Photograph of members of the Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps Air rifle team at Paschal High School in Fort Worth during practice. They participate in a pre-military education program that allows them to travel to Georgia to compete in a national tournament to see if they are the best in the country.
[Airborne truck after going over a dirt mound]
A silver, red, and black truck goes airborne after going over a dirt mound at high speed.
[Altec employee working on utility line]
An Altec employee works on utility lines after the Ringgold fire. On January 1, 2006, the Texas town of Ringgold was devastated in a fire that forced thousands of people to evacuate several towns in North Texas. Around 32 houses were destroyed in Ringgold, a ranching town of about 250 people.
[An Amber Alert message about a kidnapped child appears beside the highway]
An Amber Alert electronic sign beside the highway flashes a message to travelers about a kidnapped child.
[An Amber Alert sign alerts travelers about a kidnapped child]
As the sun sets over the highway, an Amber Alert sign flashes a message about a kidnapped child.
[American flag on sombrero]
An American flag is attached to a multi-colored sombrero that is worn by an immigration protester.
[American flags]
Immigration protesters wave American flags at the April Mega March in Dallas.
[Ann Marie Weiss in office]
Ann Marie Weiss is the President of DFW International and President and Founder of Dallas International.
[Ann Marie Weiss smiling]
Ann Marie Weiss is the President of DFW International and President and Founder of Dallas International.
[Ann Marie Weiss talking]
Ann Marie Weiss is the President of DFW International and President and Founder of Dallas International.
[Ann Marie Weiss with posters and small flags in the background]
Ann Marie Weiss is the President of DFW International and President and Founder of Dallas International.
[Anti-immigration protesters with a flag and a sign marching past a police car]
These protesters are marching past a Farmers Branch police car.
[Antonio and Maria]
Antonio Lozano Hinojosa with his wife Mary in the privacy of their home.
[Antonio and Maria]
Antonio and Maria at home.
[Antonio Lozano Hinojosa]
Antonio Lozano Hinojosa in the privacy of his home.
[Antonio Lozano Hinojosa and his family]
Antonio Lozano Hinojosa and his family at their home.
[Antonio Lozano Hinojosa and his family at their home]
Antonio Lozano Hinojosa and his family at their home.
[Art class at Crockett Elementary]
Photograph of an art class taking place in Crockett Elementary School in Grand Prairie, Texas. One child is wearing a purple jacket, and another kid is in a blue and gray jacket. There are two adults and three more children in the background.
[Art Class at Crockett Elementary in Grand Prairie, Texas]
Photograph of third grade students at Crockett Elementary in Grand Prairie, Texas working on art projects. One child is wearing a purple jacket, one is wearing a green flannel, and another is wearing a blue shirt. There are other students in the background.
[Art class at work at Crockett Elementary]
Students draw during an art class at Crockett Elementary in Grand Prairie, Texas. Crockett students participate in a dual education program in which half of the instruction is in English and the other half in Spanish without separating the students according to language ability.
[At a march]
Robert Rivera speaks into a microphone at a march that was in Arlington.
[At a rally]
Roberto Alonzo at outside rally.
[Attempting to control the ball]
Two players in red uniforms attempt to take possession of the soccer ball from a player wearing the uniform of the German national soccer team during a daytime game. In the background sideline official wearing black socks, black shorts, a light blue jersey, and a white cap holding a yellow and orange checkered flag in his left hand looks at the action.
[Audience of women with balloons]
Several women sit together as an audience, all looking the same way, with a red balloon in the foreground.
[Audience of women with balloons and a pot of stew]
A group of women sit together as an audience. There is a pot of stew in a roasting pan in the foreground.
[Audience of women with balloons and two babies]
A group of women sit together as an audience, most looking the same direction. Two of the women hold babies.
[Audience of women with balloons listening to a speaker]
A audience of women with red balloons listen to a speaker. In the foreground is a roasting pan full of stew.
[Back of a Nissan Frontier truck driving down a rocky slope]
The back of a black Nissan Frontier truck is seeing driving down a rocky slope.
[Baked goods]
A man looks in at shelves of baked goods, including (on the top shelf) fruit cake called Rosca de Reyes (called King's Cake or Three Kings Bread in English). There are many traditions associated with Rosca de Reyes, but it is often baked for special occasions. It is usually shaped like a wreath and contains fruit and a plastic or ceramic baby Jesus doll.
[Baked Rosca de Reyes]
A man places a just-baked fruit cake called Rosca de Reyes (called King's Cake or Three Kings Bread in English) in a rack. There are many traditions associated with Rosca de Reyes, but it is often baked for special occasions. It is usually shaped like a wreath and contains fruit and a plastic or ceramic baby Jesus doll.
[Barber Cuts Hair of a Young Man}
Photograph of a student having his hair cut during a back to school fair in Dallas, Texas. There is a black man standing in the background, and the young man has a pink plastic cover on.
[Beauty pageant]
Three beauty pageant contestants for the Federation of Zacatecanos of Texas.
[beauty pageant contestants]
Three beauty pageant contestants for the Federation of Zacatecanos of Texas.
[Beauty queen]
Photograph of Nayeli Martinez after being crowned beauty queen of Zacatecas of Texas, viewed from below and visible from the chest up. She is wearing a sash and tiara, standing on a stage in front of a banner that reads "...del Zacatecano."
[Bishop Kevin Vann sitting on sofa with book]
Bishop Kevin Vann was ordained and installed as the third bishop of the Diocese of Fort Worth on Wednesday, July 13, 2005. In this photo, he is sitting on a sofa with a book in his lap.
[Black and orange Nissan truck on hill]
Black and orange Nissan truck parked on a hillside.
[Black truck going down rocky slope]
A black Nissan Frontier truck slowly descends down a rocky slope.
[Both live and on the screen]
Steve Salazar is seen in person and on a screen.
[Bowls of red and yellow micro tomatoes]
Photograph of two bowls - one with cut, yellow micro tomatoes and the other with cut, red micro tomatoes. Thanks to a new combined organic and artisan technique with technology, Mexican grower Salvador Huiza waters, sows, and cuts thousands of micro vegetables in a matter of hours in the greenhouse where he works north of Fort Worth, Texas. The harvest of these miniature vegetables, obtained through a procedure where water and earth are used without pesticides, is drawing the attention of restaurants and markets in the area. "The difference is specifically in the flavor; it is much more concentrated than conventional vegetables,” Huiza points out. For a few months he is in charge of the growth of more than 20 varieties of miniature vegetables in the greenhouse Greens Genes.
[Boy among a large crowd of protesters]
A young boy is lifted above a crowd of immigration protesters waving American flags. According to the Dallas Police Department, at least 100,000 people marched in the most well-attended civil movement in the history of Dallas. The protesters demanded the legalization of Hispanic undocumented immigrants, estimated to be about twelve million in the United States. The so-called "mega march" was carried out to demand immigrant amnesty as members of the U.S. Congress debated immigration reform.
[Boy and girl playing soccer]
A young boy and an older girl are seen vying for control of a soccer ball. The boy is wearing the uniform of the Mexican national soccer team and the girl is wearing an all blue uniform. Behind them is seen another team wearing red jerseys seated on the bleachers.
[Boy coming off end of water slide]
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[Boy hitting speed bag with blue boxing gloves]
At ten years of age, he has won several fights in his division. Like him, more than seventy students take advantage of the gym in the south of Fort Worth in exchange for keeping a good academic standing.
[Boy in blue and white boxing gloves]
No Description Available.
[Boy protester]
A young boy protester is seen amongst a crowd of immigration protesters, signs, and American flags. According to the Dallas Police Department, at least 100,000 people marched in the most well-attended civil movement in the history of Dallas. The protesters demanded the legalization of Hispanic undocumented immigrants, estimated to be about twelve million in the United States. The so-called "mega march" was carried out to demand immigrant amnesty as members of the U.S. Congress debated immigration reform.
[Boy protester with American flag]
A young boy protester waves an American flag as he sits on the shoulders of another immigration protester. According to the Dallas Police Department, at least 100,000 people marched in the most well-attended civil movement in the history of Dallas. The protesters demanded the legalization of Hispanic undocumented immigrants, estimated to be about twelve million in the United States. The so-called "mega march" was carried out to demand immigrant amnesty as members of the U.S. Congress debated immigration reform.