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Immigrant Organizations to March in New York

China Press, news, Posted: Mar 09, 2009

NEW YORK The Young Korean American Service & Education Center (YKASEC) announced Thursday that several immigrant organizations will march in New York next Tuesday, City Advocacy Day. The China Press reports that immigrant representatives will talk to city officials about their concerns. Steven Choi, president of YKASEC, said about 1,500 people participated in the march last year. He expects at least 1,000 immigrants will join this years. New York City Councilman John Liu said immigrants are the first ones affected by the economic crisis and they easily become scapegoat. Liu said he will be in the march and will talk to immigrants about their concerns, including housing and health care.


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