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Topic - Sandy Estrada
Immigrant-rights protesters have chained themselves in front of an detention facility in Eloy, Ariz., and planned to blockade the main federal immigration office in Phoenix later Monday, hoping to stop anyone from being deported.
One of those protesting in Eloy on Monday was 16-year-old Sandy Estrada, who said her brother was being detained at the detention facility.
"I'm doing this to show my brother and all the other people inside that we support them, and we will do what it takes to get them out," she said in a statement.