June 11, 2011

On Monday June 6th, Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick made the decision not to sign onto the “Secure Communities” program. Now, even though the program did not receive the Governor’s approval, the city ofBoston which joined the program back in 2006, continues to be part of this national initiative. To help us better understand this situation, on this edition of “Centro”, WBZ’sYadires Nova-Salcedo talks with Patricia Montes, Executive Director of “Centro Presente” a non-profit organization that advocates for Latino immigrant rights. Tune in!

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