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Day 17


August 28th 2012

When we wake up in Farish avenue methodist church, Reverend Brooks comes to welcome us. He tells us the story of Afro-Americans civil rights struggle and the story of Selma's bridge, where we will make a stop tomorrow.

Reverend Daniel Brooks

Jim Adams welcomes the Caravan

During a public speech, he mentions that prison business is based on the same segregation and is linked to the war against drugs. For him, this war is a state policy, not a government policy, because even democrat governments follow it. He proposes to ask Obama to review his position.

12 San Diego
13 Los Angeles
14 Los Angeles
15 Phoenix
16 Tucson
17 Las Cruces
18 Albuquerque
07 Mexico
19 Santa Fe
20 Santa Fe
21 El paso
22 Laredo
23 Mc Allen
24 San Antonio
25 Austin
26 Houston
28 Jackson
29 Montgomery
30 Atlanta
31 Fort Benning
01 Louisville
02 Chicago
03 Chicago
04 Chicago
05 Toledo
06 New York

07 New York

08 Baltimore
09 Baltimore
10 Washington

11 washington

12 washington
27 Houston

In the Capitol, Sicilia meets important members of the local Afroamerican community. The idea is to create a common protest movement, because both communities, Latin and Afroamerican, are segregated in the same way.