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Town Hall Meeting & Know Your Rights Forum
Will Michigan become the next Arizona?

 

In response to the recent proposal to bring an Arizona-style anti-immigrant law to Michigan, the Reform Immigration for America – Michigan coalition, is organizing a town hall meeting at St. Anne’s Church Parish Hall, 1000 St. Anne St., Detroit, on May 29, 2010, at 1:00 PM. Immigrants’ rights supporters are encouraged to attend.

 

Elected officials and candidates will be invited to the meeting to publicly commit their support or opposition to the proposal. The town hall meeting will feature information on the details of the proposal, and a plan for how Michiganders can stop it.

 

The meeting will conclude with an educational forum on immigrants’ rights, and how to protect the  family during a time of increasing pressure by the Border Patrol.

 

The event is being organized as a joint project with MOSES and other partners in the RIFA-MI coalition. For more information, contact: Luis Urdaneta, MOSES, [email protected], 313.414.6308 (Español) or Ryan Bates, RIFA-MI, [email protected], 248.787.6767 (English).

 

 
 
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