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PRESS RELEASE: Immigrants Rights Activists will hold a Rally on Labor Day

MEDIA ADVISORY For Immediate Release: Friday, August 23, 2013 Contact: El Comité Pro Reforma Migratoria Y Justicia Social, ph: 425.344.8641 and 253.347.4229, em:  info@elcomitewa.org. Immigrant Rights Activists Will Hold A Rally for a Just Immigration Reform at Westlake Park on Monday September 2nd, 2013. SEATTLE – El Comité Pro Reforma Migratoria Y Justicia Social will… Continue reading PRESS RELEASE: Immigrants Rights Activists will hold a Rally on Labor Day

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May Day Marches in Washington State

Some Information Courtesy of May Day United [http://maydayunited.org/actions/list-of-events/washington/] If you know of other May Day Marches and you'd like them featured on this blog, please e-mail the information and image of the flyer to El Comite's In-House Blog-ista at: oscarr@uw.edu Mt. Vernon Location: 2405 East College Way Time: 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM Description: 24th… Continue reading May Day Marches in Washington State

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May Day March Keynote Speaker Bio: Carlos Arango

Carlos Arango was a participant in the popular student movement in Mexico City in 1968. Soon after, he immigrated to Los Angeles, California where he served as Director of Political Education for the Center for Autonomous Social Action-General Brotherhood of Workers (CASA-HGT, by its Spanish acronym), and organization of Mexican immigrants founded by famed Labor… Continue reading May Day March Keynote Speaker Bio: Carlos Arango

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Obama to Send Up to 1,200 Troops to Mexico Border

May 25, 2010 By RANDAL C. ARCHIBOLD LOS ANGELES — President Obama will send up to 1,200 National Guard troops to the Southwest border and increase spending on law enforcement, yielding to demands from both Republican and Democratic lawmakers there that border security be tightened, administration officials said. Mr. Obama is expected to make the announcement Tuesday,… Continue reading Obama to Send Up to 1,200 Troops to Mexico Border