On Wednesday April 10, I’ll be marching with tens of thousands of Americans in our nation’s capitol – as so many have done before – to stand up for the ideal that all men and women are created equal.
We’ll be asking Congress to support a commonsense immigration process that creates a roadmap to citizenship for new Americans who aspire to be citizens.
Will you join us in D.C. on Wednesday to rally for Immigration reform?
When: Wednesday April 10, 2013 at 3:00 p.m.
Where: West Lawn of the U.S. Capitol Building in Washington D.C.
More info: http://www.citizenship-
Our country’s strength is grounded in our ability to work together as fellow Americans. We join the call for a roadmap to citizenship for 11 million more new Americans who aspire to become citizens.
As Americans, we all do our part to contribute and we’re all better off for having hardworking new immigrants as contributing members of our community.
But the current patchwork of immigration policies and programs doesn’t make any sense. It’s mismanaged and broken and it breaks up families. There’s a maze of regulations with no line to become a fully participating American. We can end that, with a commonsense immigration process that creates a roadmap to citizenship.
Americans have stood up for equality and opportunity for generations. We can do this. This is what America is all about. Join us as we march on D.C.
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P.S. Can’t make it? You can still stand in solidarity with immigration reform protesters by calling on Congress to support a commonsense immigration process with roadmap to citizenship for new Americans who aspire to be citizens.