Personal crusade against deportation

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When Alejandra Renteria began attending rallies for immigration reform years ago alongside her mother, the significance of the movement didn’t register with her young mind.

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After her father was deported to Mexico four years ago, the crusade became more personal.

“I started going to more things,” Renteria, 17, of the Southwest Side, told me. “If I want something to change, and I’m not personally doing something about it, nothing is ever going to happen.”

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