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  • Fresno AME church will offer sanctuary to the undocumented

    Rev. Sharon Avril, pastor of Carter Memorial African Methodist Episcopalian Church in Fresno says the church will always protect the undocumented and that they have a plan if families seek sanctuary at the church's doors.

Rev. Sharon Avril, pastor of Carter Memorial African Methodist Episcopalian Church in Fresno says the church will always protect the undocumented and that they have a plan if families seek sanctuary at the church's doors. Eric Paul Zamora The Fresno Bee
Rev. Sharon Avril, pastor of Carter Memorial African Methodist Episcopalian Church in Fresno says the church will always protect the undocumented and that they have a plan if families seek sanctuary at the church's doors. Eric Paul Zamora The Fresno Bee

Fresno’s faithful on front lines of protecting undocumented immigrants

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