Crossing Borders And Making Change

by
Abby Zimet

Today, members of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus and an estimated
2,500 members of rights, labor and immigrant advocacy groups will visit
D.C. to unveil what is being touted as the requirements for any
proposed immigration reform. The Sanctuary, a grassroots community of
online immigration activists, suggests their own 25 principles to be considered to render reform truly progressive.

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