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March for America - Support Comprehensive Immigration Reform at Solidarity Events

Can't make it to March for America on Sunday 3/21 for comprehensive immigration reform? Well don't worry, there will be solidarity events all across the country.

See full list of solidarity events here.

 

 


AAPIs and the Urgency for Comprehensive Immigration Reform

Following our last post on the AAPI Contingency and details for March for America, here are details for the hill event panel.

AAPIs and the Urgency for Comprehensive Immigration Reform

Hosted by APAP-DC Chapter

Wednesday, March 24th, 2010

6-7:15PM

Cannon House Office Building Room 121

Washington, DC


AAPIs for Immigration Reform, where you at?

Asian American and Pacific Islanders (AAPI) supporting Comprehensive Immigration Reform, where you at?

If you haven't already, RSVP for the 3/21 March for America in Washington DC, here: http://bit.ly/9JYtpB

If you are tweeting about March for America, please use the hashtag #m4a and #ri4a. See more details for the AAPI Contingency below.


Immigrant women defy odds on International Women's Day

From Restore Fairness blog

March is the month where International Women's Day celebrates the strides women have made, in spite of all they have to endure. Like Rosa Morales, an immigrant woman who turned her life around and went from the brink of being deported, to being awarded a scholarship for her contribution to society.


This is your march so don't miss out! Come to D.C. to March for America


Be a road tripper for our future

From the Restore Fairness blog. New York City is gearing up for immigration reform so make sure you don’t get left behind. Starting this week, calendars are marked with events to mobilize our elected officials behind immigration reform in 2010.