Born out of a mass rejection of the failed policies of individualism and divisiveness, the Campaign for Community Values is a return to the beliefs our country was founded on: shared responsibility, shared sacrifice and shared success.
Take a look at the great work our partners across the country have done since we last updated you:
What every immigration reporter should know
Immigrant Advocates to Gather in DC to Ready for Immigration
The Fair Immigration Reform Movement, a project of the Center for Community Change, is convening the largest gathering of pro-immigrant organizers and allies this year, June 3-5. More than 400 leaders and advocates from the immigrant, faith, business and labor communities are expected at the Reform Immigration for America Campaign Summit.
ÂThe time is now to advocate for practical solutions that benefit all of us and are rooted in the restoration of the rule of law, earned citizenship, united families and fair treatment of workers,Â said Marissa Graciosa, campaign coordinator for
For more information on the Reform Immigration for America Campaign Summit, please visit http://www.communitychange.org/our-projects/firm/summit, or contact
Other immigration news:
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v Tennessee Immigrant and Refugee Rights Coalition assessed
Thousands of Mothers to March for Health Care for All
Washington Community Action Network is helping organize the event that will be supported by more than 126 organizations.
ÂThe health of a family is paramount in a motherÂs mind, which is why mothers are leading the charge for greater access and affordability in health care,Â said Will Pittz, executive director of
For more information on the ÂHealth Call for All, Mothers Leading the WayÂ event please contact: Joshua Welter, email@example.com.
See highlights from the Campaign for Community Values:
Ø BLOG: May Day Redux: Pics, Videos and Stories from May 1st
Ø BLOG: Supreme Court Rejects Use of ID Theft Charges Against Undocumented Immigrants
Ø VIDEO: Congress, can you hear me now?
Ø VIDEO: Whatever It Takes: The Stories of Four Undocumented Students