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Organizing Immigrants for Policy Reform

Atlanta Latino, Posted: Aug 07, 2009

ATLANTA, GA.- Numerous immigrants support immigration reform but very few are involved in efforts to push for it. According to a report in the Atlanta Latino, the CoalicionMX (Coalition of Mexican Immigrants) is organizing members of different immigrant communities to send emails, text messages and place phone calls to members of Congress in order to "help President Obama" push for the reform. According to Aaron Ortiz, representing the coalition in Georgia, they need a collaborative effort of all immigrant communities to achieve a reform that will also bring benefits to the rest of the country.

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