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The American Promise needs a shot in the arm when it comes to immigrant rights

The American Promise needs a shot in the arm when it comes to immigrant rights

LatinaLista — Gardasil, a vaccine that protects against the sexually transmitted virus genital human papillomavirus (HPV), is being hailed by many throughout the world as a cancer breakthrough. The vaccine helps in the prevention of cervical cancer, the world’s second leading cause of cancer deaths among women.
For most women it’s a choice as to whether or not they want the vaccine. Not so though for immigrant families with young daughters who are applying for U.S. citizenship.
The only choice they have is to either abide by the mandate or give up their American Dream.
Continue reading The American Promise needs a shot in the arm when it comes to immigrant rights

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