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Chinese Americans to Join Protest against Arizona Law

China Press, Posted: Apr 28, 2010

Chinese American leaders on the east and west coasts urged community members joining the Labor Day demonstration to protest against Arizona's anti-immigration law. The leaders also called for immigration reform, reports China Press.

Hong Zhen from the New York Immigration Coalition described the Arizona law as non-Americanand an ugly way to criminalize undocumented immigrants. He urged President Obama to reform the immigration system. Li Hua from Chinese Staffs and Workers Association said criminalizing undocumented worker violated human rights.

Meanwhile, Asian community leaders in San Francisco said that even though the Arizona law targeted Latino communities, Asian Americans and members of other ethnic groups should fully participate and show their disagreement on any anti-immigrant law.


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