Ana Tijoux, Latina Rapper, Shows Support for Arizona's Undocumented Immigrants in Music Video

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Chilean-French MC Ana Tijoux today released a new music video titled "Shock", showing her support for Arizona's undocumented immigrants in collaboration with the local human-rights group Puente.

Tijoux got a taste of Arizona's anti-immigrant policies courtesy of Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio when she visited Phoenix to perform a free concert on Mother's Day at the Puente-sponsored event "Noche de Mujeres."

In the video, the French-born artist sits in an Arizona desert as images hover in the background of a protest by DREAM Activists as they are being arrested in front of Trevor Browne High School by Phoenix police.

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Shep Proudfoot
Shep Proudfoot

seriously, youre gunna act offended because the working people of the united states said no more?  why is it racist for a country to defend itself and try to protect its educational, medical, and welfare systems?  you foolz have no idea what discrimination is. youre racist.


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