I've never been more inspired than by watching these 15 young Latinas. These beautiful girls took matters in their own hands and protested an anti-sanctuary city law in Texas, so they put on their quinceañera dresses and did that. The brightly colored dresses, tiaras and bilingual sashes with messages like “equality” and “sin racismo,” the young Latinas performed choreographed dances to songs like “Las Mañanitas” by Vicente Fernández. In between songs, the teenage demonstrators took turns speaking against SB 4, which they labeled discriminatory and dangerous. Jennifer Ramirez, 16, evoked the Statue of Liberty as she hoisted a bouquet into the air while uttering the words immortalized at Lady Liberty’s feet: “Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free.” Please watch vide above. "The bottom line is SB4 makes simply being brown illegal.""We will resist through celebrating our families and our culture."