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'Keeping Families Together' Campaign Kicks Off in DC

Posted: Dec 13, 2012


A coalition of immigrant rights groups today launched its “Keeping Families Together” campaign in Washington, D.C., to call for comprehensive immigration reform. The campaign is led by Fair Immigration Reform Movement (FIRM), a national coalition of grassroots immigrant rights organizations in more than 30 states that includes the Center for Community Change, Promise Arizona and the Florida Immigrant Coalition. At the center of the campaign will be the stories of families that have been separated by the country's immigration policies. The Keeping Families Together campaign tour will stop in cities across the country, including New York, Detroit, Kalamazoo, Los Angeles and Washington, D.C.



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