1 woman protest: Free rides for immigrants without licenses

Water views, Fla. – For many people in the USA, driving to a job, store or doctor now seems risky.

President Donald Trump ‘ s action against the illegal immigration is the spread of fear among the people in the country illegally. But ordinary people who are the help of the neighbors.

Hundreds of members of the church have promised to try to protect immigrants from deportation in houses of worship or houses of their own. Others are training for the people on the right.

And in the rural village of water views, Florida, Antonia Catalan has its own reaction: giving free rides to its unauthorized neighbors, wherever they need it.

Catalan emigrated from Mexico and became a US citizen himself as part of an amnesty under President Ronald Reagan.

Critics say that volunteers like her should be punished, along with the immigrants they are helping.

But Catalan sees her one-woman-ride-hailing service of the right thing to do.

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