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July
Year
1986
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ANN ARBOR- On Saturday, June 21, a special meeting for worship was held at the Ann Arbor Friend's Meeting House to mark the first anniversary of the Celaya family's residence in Ann Arbor. The Celayas are a family of seven, three adults and four children, who are refugees from their home in El Salvador. They are here in the United States as illegal aliens and are given sanctuary by the Friends. Due to the actions of the governments of El Salvador and the United States, they must remain here, away from their families and the struggle in their country which they desperately wish to assist. Their political action in El (CONT. ON PAGE 15)

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