Add comment on:A Day Without Immigrants in the Mission
Casey Mills, Beyond Chron (reposted)
Walking through the heart of San Francisco's Mission District often feels like stepping out of America and into a bustling Central or South American city. The neighborhood's vibrant street life, a medley of packed sidewalks, bright colors, and the smell of freshly cooked food, attracts residents and tourists year round. But yesterday, the Mission felt more like a ghost town.
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