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BY Jared Hamil | Tampa, FL | 6/03/13
Protesters gathered in front of Senator Marco Rubio’s Tampa office May 31 to criticize the Comprehensive Immigration Reform bill currently being debated in the U.S. Senate and to demand, “Legalization for all!”
BY staff | Milwaukee, WI | 5/31/13
On May 30, activists from Youth Empowered in the Struggle (YES) and Voces de la Frontera organized a rally of 200-plus outside the Federal Court House in downtown Milwaukee.
BY staff | Los Angeles, CA | 5/30/13
On May 29, members and supporters of the Southern California Immigration Coalition (SCIC) held a picket and protest in front of U.S. Senator Dianne Feinstein’s Los Angeles office.
BY staff | Phoenix, AZ | 5/30/13
Thunderous voices of more than 120 people echoed through Phoenix on May 29 as protesters marched to the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) office, demanding the release of Bertha Hernandez and an end to deportations of undocumented immigrants.
BY Brad Sigal | United States | 5/24/13
As the millionaires in the U.S. Congress debate the content of a ‘comprehensive immigration reform’ bill, immigrant rights activists around the country will send a strong message from the streets in a national week of action May 28-31.
BY staff | Los Angeles, CA | 5/02/13
The Southern California Immigration Coalition (SCIC) led a militant political march and rally in the heart of Los Angeles, May 1, with thousands of garment workers, students and a contingent from Occupy LA.
BY Jared Hamil | Tampa, FL | 5/02/13
On May 1, a large crowd gathered during a rain storm to demand legalization for all undocumented people and overall genuine immigration reform.
BY staff | Chicago, Illinois | 5/01/13
The largest immigrant rights march since 2008 took place here today, May 1.
BY staff | Los Angeles, CA | 4/28/13
A major immigrant rights march is scheduled for here on May 1. Organized by the Southern California Immigration Coalition, marchers will demand, “Legalization for all.”
BY Masao Suzuki | United States | 4/28/13
On April 17, a bipartisan group of eight senators released their proposal for “Comprehensive Immigration Reform.” While there are parts of the proposal that would improve the lives of millions of undocumented, it falls far short of a real legalization plan and it includes many bad parts that cannot be supported.
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