Friday January 22, 2021
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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 | Milwaukee, WI | 5/02/13
Thousands attended this year’s May Day celebration here. The May 1 event advanced the demand for immigration reform, including legalization for all undocumented immigrants in the U.S., as well as continued support for the nearly year-long Palermo's workers’ strike.
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.
BY Jared Hamil | Tampa, FL | 4/02/13
Activists came together here, March 29, to announce a campaign under the demand “Licenses for All” undocumented people in Florida.
BY staff | Riverside, CA | 3/20/13
On March 16, over 300 people, mostly Chicanos and Latinos, came to the University of California-Riverside for the Alliance for Immigration Reform National Leadership Summit.
BY staff | Minneapolis, MN | 1/17/13
As the struggle over immigration reform looms in Washington D.C., immigrant rights activists in Minnesota are pressing their senators and representatives to support genuine, progressive immigration reform.
BY staff | Kansas City, MO | 12/05/12
600 students and youth attended the United We Dream National Congress here, the weekend of Nov. 30.
BY Lamont Lilly | United States | 10/14/12
In its original format, Alabama’s Beason-Hammon Act granted school resource officers the right to badger fifth-graders on the basis of their immigration status.
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