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These students vowed to change immigration laws a decade ago. Where are they now?

These students vowed to change immigration laws a decade ago. Where are they now?

Ten years ago, more than 40,000 Southern California teenagers walked out of class to support rights for all immigrants, taking part in the biggest protests the state has ever seen. 

The rallying cry? “Hoy marchamos, mañana votamos,” or “Today we march, tomorrow we vote.”

The students promised to use their voting power to change immigration laws.

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