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Immigrant Organizations Call for Reform

Sing Tao Daily, news report, Posted: Jan 22, 2009


SAN FRANCISCO Inspired by President Obamas inauguration speech,
specifically the phrase, For us, they packed up their few worldly possessions and traveled across oceans in search of a new life, immigrant organizations went onto streets across the country demanding an end to arresting illegal immigrants and demanding that Congress pass immigration reform legislation.The Sing Tao Daily reports that tens of Latino and Chinese immigrants held banners reading Legalization is the way, Obama, stop deporting, and Just, we want just in New York City the day after the inauguration. According to the World Journal, immigrant organizations held protests Wednesday in Chicago,Washington D.C. and Los Angeles.


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