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Friday, April 17, 10 AM St. Hedwig's Church, 3245 Junction, Detroit Please join APIAVote-Michgan, Michigan United and friends (ACCESS/NNAAC, La Mejor FM, attorney Carrie Pastor) this Friday to stand up for immigrant families. Our attorney general has sued to stop DAPA and DACA+ from going into effect and helping 5 million immigrant parents from getting relief. The appeal is being heard on April 17, and organizations in 30 states across the country are holding events to demonstrate to the courts that our communities support DAPA.
Where: (559) 726-1300, Access Code 784077 When: TODAY Tuesday, February 17, 2015, 2:00 p.m. Immigration Law Experts, Advocates to Brief Press and Community on Impact of Immigration Lawsuit Today, Michigan United, Michigan Immigrants Rights Center, APIAVote-Michigan, and ACCESS will hold a 2:00 p.m. telephone press conference call to explain the impact of the anti-immigrant ruling from a federal judge in Texas. U.S. District Court Judge Andrew Hanen of Brownsville Texas, who has previously expressed anti-immigrant views, temporarily blocked implementation of the new immigrant deferred action programs. Today’s telephone press conference will explain the need for immigrant families to press ahead and protect themselves against being split up by the broken immigration system. Who: Susan Reed – managing attorney, Michigan Immigrant Rights Center Nadia Tonova – director, National Network for Arab American Communities Diego Bonesatti - legal services director, Michigan United Theresa Tran - executive director, APIAVote - Michigan