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Every day, more than 12 million immigrant aspiring citizens contribute to our communities, our economy, and our country — yet are denied a voice in the workplace and essential rights in our society. Since the 2012 election, President Obama and Congress have created some momentum for immigration reform, but labor and its community allies will have to mobilize to make them pass comprehensive immigration reform.
Come join the M.L. King County Labor Council and the Washington State Labor Council, AFL-CIO, our affiliates and our community partners Casa Latina and One America and stand up for comprehensive immigration reform! It will be Monday, Feb. 18 (President’s Day) from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. in Hall 1 of the at the Seattle Labor Temple, 2800 1st Ave. (Download the event flier — Spanish version.)
This will be a festive and free event with great music, food, and immigrant worker stories. It’s time
for common sense immigration reform. For more information, call the WSLC at 206-281-8901 or the MLKCLC at 206-441-8510.