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LIBRE Initiative

Make a Difference - César Grajales (Share the Dream)

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http://joinlibre.org/cesar-... | César was born in Colombia, but had to flee to the United States with his parents when the violence made life too difficult for his family. César has seen firsthand the power of the American Dream and is on a mission to ensure that everyone has access to it.
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http://joinlibre.org/cesar-... | César was born in Colombia, but had to flee to the United States with his parents when the violence made life too difficult for his family. César has seen firsthand the power of the American Dream and is on a mission to ensure that everyone has access to it. Show less

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Our movement is empowering Hispanics to unite, and help make the American Dream possible for families across the country. Join us at JoinLIBRE.org.

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