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Wednesday, April 10, 2013

Rally for Citizenship in Washington DC

Jimmy Castro waves an old American flag as he holds his son Antonio Castro, 2, during a rally for immigration reform at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, Wednesday, April 10, 2013. Jimmy Castro, a restaurant manager, who was born in Alexandria, Va., said, the flag was bought by his great great grandfather Jaime Castro who came to California from Honduras. He moved to Illinois and three years later since he first came to United States he was naturalized. Jaime Castro bought the flag then when he became American citizen and the flag was passed on to the generations of Jaime Castros in the U.S. He has another son Jaime Castro whom he said will inherit the flag.