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Vigil held in support of having Cerritos become a sanctuary school

Karla Enriquez

Karla Enriquez, Managing Editor

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A candlelight vigil was held on Tuesday, Nov. 22 in support of having Cerritos College be a sanctuary school for undocumented students. Community members attended the event and gave out a message of hope to those present.
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Karla Enriquez, Managing Editor

‘Ello! My name is Karla M. Enriquez and I am this semester’s Managing & Investigative Editor.
I’m a journalism major & hope to transfer to Berkeley in the very near future. I’m also very much into literature, politics, pop culture, art, and advocating for causes near and dear to me. I’m REALLY musically inclined so you’ll probably catch me at a music event around town. If you catch me around campus feel free to stop me for a chat, I love meeting new people and sharing ideas. Catch me on social media as well.

Twitter: karlamenriquez
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Cerritos College • Norwalk, Calif.
Vigil held in support of having Cerritos become a sanctuary school