Play in a truck trailer highlights immigrant peril
The air inside the theater gets heavy. It gets hot, too, and the seats are not comfortable at all.
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“It matters but not very much”
Since: Oct 07
#1 Apr 19, 2013
The article says: "All of us, particularly in New York, rely on undocumented workers and we really never think about what it took for them to get here and what it meant for them to come here," says Plesent. "I feel like they are the invisible workers in our lives."
Shame on New York, then, for being a sanctuary state and permitting the illegal employ of illegal aliens. The laws of the USA are quite clear. Trying to romanticize people who plot and conspire to break US laws for monetary gain is ludicrous. Aiding and abetting illegals in any way is a felony.
I sincerely hope one of the play's dialog lines is something along the line of: "Gee Rosa, we should have used the thousands of dollars we paid for this trip to make our lives better back in Mexico. The free welfare for the baby you're about to have on US soil isn't worth it."
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