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Comprehensive Immigration Reform - The Triumphs and the Tribulations

New America Media, Video , Esther Gentile Posted: Mar 05, 2010

Some of the nation's leading immigrant rights activists describe the lessons they are carrying forward from the last failed attempt at comprehensive immigration reform. New America Media spoke with Angela Kelley of the Center for American Progress, Ali Noorani of the National Immigration Forum, Andrea Black of the Detention Watch Network, Clarissa Martinez of the National Council of La Raza, Frank Sharry of America's Voice and Karen Narasaki of the Asian American Justice Center.



Some of the nation's leading immigrant rights activists describe some of their biggest successes in the fight for comprehensive immigration reform. New America Media spoke with Angela Kelley of the Center for American Progress, Ali Noorani of the National Immigration Forum, Andrea Black of the Detention Watch Network, Clarissa Martinez of the National Council of La Raza, Frank Sharry of America's Voice and Karen Narasaki of the Asian American Justice Center.


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