2020-05-20 13:21:06

Immigrants Protest Demolition of NJ Public School for $750 Million Robert Wood Johnson Cancer Center

DN goes to New Brunswick, New Jersey, to look at the fight to save the largely immigrant Lincoln Annex public school from demolition to make way for the Robert Wood Johnson Hospital's $750 million cancer center.

Democracy Now! co-host Juan González lives in New Brunswick and has been active in the campaign.

DN also speaks with Juan Cartagena, president and general counsel of LatinoJustice PRLDEF, and an attorney representing parents, students, and taxpayers who oppose the demolition.

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