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Some young Chicagoans are adding a dimension to the nation’s immigrant-rights movement. They’re defying federal authorities by “coming out” as undocumented. To get a better sense of what’s driving these youths, photographer Peter Holderness and I accompanied some on an all-night bus ride to Washington D.C. for an immigrant march yesterday. To bring you on the ride, we put together this six-minute show.

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