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(CNN) - Once again a group of Salvadorans deported from the United States met to celebrate Thanksgiving in San Salvador.
These are people who lived for several years in the United States and who for different reasons were deported but keep alive the traditions they learned while living undocumented.
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The meeting was organized by the Salvadoran Migrant Institute (INSAMI) with the purpose that returnees can share this tradition with others.
Tomorrow we celebrate THANKSGIVING day we are returnees who have lived in the US for more than 20 years, we have left family￼, children, parents now we are in our country, on a special day we learned to celebrate with our born children In U.S.A. pic.twitter.com/l2RfFAKnbC
- INSAMI (@InsamiSV) November 28, 2019