Jose Aguilar, one of the leaders of the Allied Communities of Tarrant (ACT), takes issue with French Haralson, a candidate for the post of Sheriff, when commented that there was equality in health care.
Lydia Gonzalez-Welch is seen speaking from behind a lectern during a press conference held in Dallas. On the lectern is a sign that states in Spanish, "Parents, the anti-drug." The background behind her has various words in Spanish.
500 people who were present on Thursday night in a Fort Worth church gave testimonies on the inequality in the health services available in Tarrant county and asked several candidates for public office to commit themselves to fighting for equality in health services. In the photo, Kay Singleton narrated his ordeal while receiving services at John Peter Smith hospital.
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