Sister Christine Garcia, a Roman Catholic nun, takes part in a protest near the border crossing in Douglas, Arizona, on Feb. 11, 2014. Garcia holds up a cross with the name of a Mexican migrant who died trying to reach the United States. (Tim Johnson/MCT)
Sister Christine Garcia, a Roman Catholic nun, takes part in a protest near the border crossing in Douglas, Arizona, on Feb. 11, 2014. Garcia holds up a cross with the name of a Mexican migrant who died trying to reach the United States. (Tim Johnson/MCT) MCT
Sister Christine Garcia, a Roman Catholic nun, takes part in a protest near the border crossing in Douglas, Arizona, on Feb. 11, 2014. Garcia holds up a cross with the name of a Mexican migrant who died trying to reach the United States. (Tim Johnson/MCT) MCT

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