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Cell Phone Network for Immigration Reform

World Journal, news, Posted: May 31, 2009

NEW YORK Immigrant rights organization Make the Road New York launched a cell-phone campaign on Thursday to push for immigration reform. The World Journal reported that the group is creating a national network called iMobile Action Network, sponsored by Fair Immigration Reform Movement in Washington, D.C. Daniel Coates, with Make the Road, said the goal is to mobilize and organize as many immigrants and their supporters across the country through cell phone messages.


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