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Army Man Fights For Justice

Warren Joseph, a Trinidadian who came to the U.S., obtained his Green Card and chose to do the ultimate American act — join the Army. After returning from the war in Iraq, he suffered from post-traumatic stress disorder, ultimately being sent to immigration detention where he languished for 3 years, facing and observing numerous counts of abuse from immigration officials. He says, “There’s many physical abuses up there, the thing is who can you tell?” Watch Warren’s story and take action to ensure that the U.S. government restores fair immigration and racial justice.

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