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Local art exhibit shares Idahoans stories of immigration

A half a dozen large frameless photographs hang against a brick wall, with QR codes below them. Coffee tables and shelves with hanging plants are seen in the foreground.
Julie Luchetta
Boise State Public Radio
Los Caminos de la Vida exhibits photographs of migrants' shoes, paired with first person accounts of their journeys to America.

Carmen, Carlos, Maria, Juan, and Gloria. These are just some of the eleven names of Idahoans that represent the 11 million undocumented people living in the U.S. today.

That’s the premise of a traveling art exhibit from the ACLU of Idaho. Julie Luchetta reports.

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