Saturday, June 20, 2009

Suing, Praying, Pleading for Immigration Reform

Children of immigrants, who will be old enough to vote in a few years, are drawing attention to the need for immigration reform. - - Donna Poisl


On Wednesday, dozens of American-born children of parents who’ve been deported gathered at a Miami nonprofit organization with activist Nora Sandigo to draw attention to what they say is a deprivation of their rights to live in the United States, because their parents have been deported. Many live in homes without money to pay for school supplies, or are at risk of foreclosure.

“Today these children’s voices are not heard,” Sandigo said at a press conference on Wednesday, according to The Associated Press. “But tomorrow these U.S. citizens will be voting.”
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