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Action Alert — January 27, 2017

So if you missed Advocacy Thursday yesterday, don’t worry, we’ve got you covered! We wanted to share the new action items that have been posted on aila.org.  Please take a moment to email your legislators and sign the petition to protect the refugee resettlement program.  As always, please share this widely with your networks.  ·        […]

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Action Alert — January 26, 2017

Fasten your seatbelts everyone, we need you now more than ever after yesterday’s announcements of the Executive Orders on immigration policy.  After digesting everything that happened yesterday, today is the day to ACT! Yesterday afternoon, one of the things that President Trump announced is that the U.S. government will force local police officers to serve […]

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Action Alert — January 18, 2017

Happy Advocacy Wednesday! 1.      Thank You Tweets to Rep. Gutierrez and Senator Durbin   This past Saturday undocumented immigrants and their advocates made quite a showing in D.C. ,and across the United States, to rally against President elect Trump’s immigration policies.  Rep. Luis Gutiérrez told a crowd of supporters  in D.C., “We’re building a bridge, […]

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Action Alert — January 13, 2017

There is a lot going on in DC, so thank you for all of your help in making our voices heard!  We have another ask of each of you today.  We are asking that each of you to commit to calling our Members of Congress TODAY.  Yesterday as we shared with the Chapter, the BRIDGE […]

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Action Alert — January 12, 2017

January 12, 2017 Please take a moment to show your support to Senator Durbin for his re-introduction of the Bridge Act!   Send Tweets to @SenatorDurbin and to @RepGutierrez:   @SenatorDurbin @RepGutierrez: Thanks for your support and leadership re-introducing the #BridgeAct today in Congress!  #withDACA #SaveDACA Contact: Monica Garcia (Durbin), (202) 224-7028 Taylor Reidy (Graham), […]

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