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WATCH: Jose Antonio Vargas speaks about immigration and journalism

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Journalist Jose Antonio Vargas spoke with UMass Journalism students Tuesday morning as part of his day-long visit to the University of Massachusetts Amherst. Vargas spoke about undocumented immigrants, his journalism career and the sanctuary city movement. Vargas was interviewed by UMass Journalism Professor Razvan Sibii and students Lucy Martirosyan, Carson McGrath and Frank Dutan.

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WATCH: Jose Antonio Vargas speaks about immigration and journalism