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|3/26 New York, NY: Protest HR 4437 NYC
Released 23 March 2006  By email@example.com
Protest HR 4437 NYC March 26 at 1PM
WE HAVE TO DEFEAT H.R. 4437 NOW
Come to the March in Upper Manhattan Against H.R. 4437
March 26, 2006
Time: 1:00 PM, at 165th Street and Audubon
Bring Placards, Banners, Flags, Whistles, Drums, Guiros..
Immigrant Community Coalition
Contact: Radhames 646.796.8657
We can and must defeat the anti-immigrant bill H.R.4437.
We must put greater pressure to ensure it. The turnouts
in Chicago, with more than 300 thousand people, and other
samples of pressure, including the lobbying in Washington
of pro-immigrants and defenders of the human rights
groups, have had a tremendous impact in the internal
workings of the Legal Committee of the Senate. Now there
is the possibility that this committee will vote on a Bill
that would open a route for the legalization of millions
of undocumented people. Later, the proposal of the Senate
will have to face the approved bill from the House of
Representatives which is authored by the republicans James
Sensembrenner and Peter King.
The more diverse and strong the pressure is from the
immigrant communities, unions, groups defending civil and
human rights, churches of all the denominations, all sorts
of organizations, etc., the greater possibilities we will
have to defeat this political attack from the most
conservative sector of the United States. By way of
popular peaceful mobilizations we will avoid the
criminalization of almost 2 million undocumented minors
and more than 10 million of adults that are in the same
legal condition. This is how we will defeat this attempt
to brand as traffickers of human beings churches, social
services agencies, family members and any person that
offers aid to an undocumented person. In this way we will
avoid that an undocumented person, who is caught or a
visitor whose visa has expired during their stay in the
country, spend a year in jail.
No to racism, xenophobia and discrimination against
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