GREENSBORO, N.C. -- The faces of immigrants were on full display on the side of a building in downtown Greensboro Sunday afternoon.
It was part of a traveling art-exhibit called the Inside Out Project. The project was started by an award-winning artist who wanted to create a portrait of America that includes immigrants and their children.
The portraits were meant to bring awareness to the Dream Act or DACA. The act was repealed in September, which means thousands of young undocumented immigrants could be deported by next year.
The art-exhibit also included a photo booth. People were able to take pictures to be used as art pieces to show solidarity with Dreamers.
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