See larger A sea of immigrants dressed in white and their supporters clog Palm Beach Boulevard in Fort Myers in April to protest proposed immigration reform legislation. The crowd had met at the Ortiz Flea Market parking lot and continued to grow as the march progressed. The Lee County Sheriff's Office estimated the crowd eventually reached 75,000 protesters.

Photo by ERIK KELLAR, Daily News

A sea of immigrants dressed in white and their supporters clog Palm Beach Boulevard in Fort Myers in April to protest proposed immigration reform legislation. The crowd had met at the Ortiz Flea Market parking lot and continued to grow as the march progressed. The Lee County Sheriff's Office estimated the crowd eventually reached 75,000 protesters.

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