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Catch a recording of Wednesday's immigration training

Catch a recording of Wednesday's immigration training

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On April 17, the Senate's bipartisan "Gang of Eight" introduced an immigration reform bill that attempts to address key issues: a path to citizenship, enforcement, worker protections. These issues affect millions of immigrants and their families. The bill is an important FIRST STEP. We will continue to work to make sure we end up with legislation that reflects our values of family, justice and compassion.

Marilu Gonzalez, Immigrant Education Coordinator of the Archdiocese of Chicago's Office for Immigrant Affairs, joined on Wednesday, April 24 for a training on engaging YOUR community in the push for immigration reform.


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