Pilar Rocha-Goldberg, executive director of El Centro Hispano, and Chapel Hill Police Chief Chris Blue answer questions during a Faith ID registration drive Saturday, June 24, 2016, at St. Thomas More Catholic Church in Chapel Hill. The cards provide a form of identification for those without other forms of photo ID recognized in North Carolina. El Centro Hispano has enrolled about 1,800 people in the program.
Pilar Rocha-Goldberg, executive director of El Centro Hispano, and Chapel Hill Police Chief Chris Blue answer questions during a Faith ID registration drive Saturday, June 24, 2016, at St. Thomas More Catholic Church in Chapel Hill. The cards provide a form of identification for those without other forms of photo ID recognized in North Carolina. El Centro Hispano has enrolled about 1,800 people in the program. Mark Schultz mschultz@newsobserver.com
Pilar Rocha-Goldberg, executive director of El Centro Hispano, and Chapel Hill Police Chief Chris Blue answer questions during a Faith ID registration drive Saturday, June 24, 2016, at St. Thomas More Catholic Church in Chapel Hill. The cards provide a form of identification for those without other forms of photo ID recognized in North Carolina. El Centro Hispano has enrolled about 1,800 people in the program. Mark Schultz mschultz@newsobserver.com

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