Family of undocumented immigrants shares message at the 2020 DNC

Silvia Sanchez, an undocumented immigrant in North Carolina, shares her story at the 2020 Democratic National Convention.
2:38 | 08/20/20

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Lucy Sanchez and this is my mother Sylvia and sister Jessica where like off families we work hard to go out and at night. I work well with but it insular that meets my spinal cord. Did it play in addition at and deducted in my town said I wouldn't survive they gave my mother no hope for my future. I'm a US senate then amendment there on document. And David beamer. You know we set up a bunt him out of there via acrobat and I mean on the tool. I'm I think that by any mother would do to tape her B es life. A man leaning embattled yeah how mark caught up on they act idea at a meal and they ran a solid and I want equal am. She's different sister in her arms and travel for Easter reached the border. And when they got to the river she looked at my sister of the water and costs we keep America before I was one year old she statement. Uplift an act in the active in need in the Sonoma info and will they'll need. I'm Evan had no choice there was no time to leak to thank my sister she came here looking for a miracle. In Indiana and I think on Adam and that will be in on in this act at a your opinion is at a mine I me. We're afraid it would find it in the Tina she cactus secret daughter are only if he would attend and that it's on I know. I think Dhaka with doctor took a wave my committee to plan for the program. Anaheim a little and you must land think I am with in place of we work hard we contribute to our community and we pay our taxes I've gone to school and elegant black premium my two daughters. Last school I want to help my community what Evers is stumped up with projected. On our fears temperature. We don't know fact and they will be separated. Well my mom and sister be detained while my sister get the health care she needs and deserves. The right AD so I can't get health insurance through exchange and NATO insurance I deserve it rate. Lara is Simi Oldman is and what this bad act. When I mean that he's handled men trumpet and Athlon vehicle with the I don't I mean in the fifth on media and on the act. If fifth at my if so that they face as he can that the spotted. It breaks your heart to teach under separated from their families at the border. That's from those children eat their parents. I'm have been repaired I'm going to vote for my mother sister and my doctors. Other Beaufort feature where all of our lives have dignity and respect we need a leader who will fix the broken immigration system in commit to keeping families together. I'm voting for Joseph Biden and come on Harris the daughter of immigrants who are you going to vote for. If Al most all scornful Indiana I'm not a one that they and that is fatal that is today's fatal.

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