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Recap: Immigration Reform Gathering in Fredericksburg

This summer, about 100 members of the Fredericksburg community gathered together in Hurkamp Park in Olde Town Fredericksburg to rally in support of immigration reform. Below is a video recap from that event. We thought it would be fantastic to share as a reminder of the support comprehensive reform has received from all over Virginia and the United States!

The event started out with speakers Antonella Membreno, a dreamer, and Greg Smith, founder of LUCHA ministries, a faith-based community group. They were followed by representatives from the Spotsylvania NAACP, Madre Tierra, a feminist human rights organization, SINOVA (Spanish Information Network of Virginia), and Sandra A. Cook, Chariperson for Virginia Organizing.

Our message to our U.S. Representative, Congressman Rob Wittman, was clear: Virginians want immigration reform that includes a pathway to citizenship, and we need it to pass this year!

Special thanks to Carolina Contreras for her work on this project and creating the video! Enjoy!

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