[act-ma] 9/21 Press Conference for the DREAM Act (Mon)

Lily Huang lily.yimche.huang at gmail.com
Fri Sep 17 07:45:31 PDT 2010


This is urgent! The DREAM Act is coming up for a vote on Tuesday the 21st
and we need you to support the 2.1 million students who could benefit from
the DREAM Act in their quest to realize their dreams!

WHAT:                Student Immigrant Movement Press Conference
WHEN:               12:00PM Monday, September 20th, 2010
WHERE:             Main Steps
                            Massachusetts State House
                            Boston, MA
WHY:                  Push the DREAM act and pressure Senator Brown to vote
YES.

The DREAM Act would allow undocumented students of good moral character who
entered this country at a young age and have lived here for five consecutive
years to give a pathway to citizenship after complying with the
requirements. We believe that the DREAM Act will help some of America’s best
and brightest students to succeed and contribute to the future of this
country.
SIM is an immigrant youth-led organization based in Massachusetts. We
believe that all immigrant students, regardless of their immigration status,
should have equal access to higher education so that they can realize their
full potential and become fully engaged in every aspect of society.

*ALSO, please prepare your letters of personal supportand send them to SIM
ASAP and make a phone call today and everyday to let Senator Brown know that
you support the DREAM Act 888-259-8432 and 202-224-4543!*

The DREAM ACT MA Coalition
Jobs with Justice, United for Fair Economy, Centro Presente, SEIU 615,
Harvard Student Labor Action Movement, The Movement, International Action
Center, Cambridge-Somerville for Change, GOALS of EBEC, The Hope
Center, Brazilian Immigrant Center, Quakers Concerned with Immigrant
Justice, Cooperative Metropolitan Ministries, Sociedad Latina, Chelsea
Collaborative, Resist the Raids, API Movement, Student Immigrant Movement

For more information, please contact Lily at lily.yimche.huang at gmail.com or
857-204-5550.
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