Emiliano Reyes, 11, left, and his brother (dressed as a mariachi) Angel Reyes, 13, both of Dallas, cheer while listening to political leaders speak Sunday during the Mega March rally for immigration rights in downtown Dallas.
Emiliano Reyes, 11, left, and his brother (dressed as a mariachi) Angel Reyes, 13, both of Dallas, cheer while listening to political leaders speak Sunday during the Mega March rally for immigration rights in downtown Dallas. Ben Torres Special to The Dallas Morning News
Emiliano Reyes, 11, left, and his brother (dressed as a mariachi) Angel Reyes, 13, both of Dallas, cheer while listening to political leaders speak Sunday during the Mega March rally for immigration rights in downtown Dallas. Ben Torres Special to The Dallas Morning News

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