Tag: Congress

Actions, Archive, Immigration

Time Is Running Out

Pabitra Benjamin shared her thoughts about the NQAPIA hill drop and delivering over 2,700 postcards calling for commonsense immigration reform.  Add your voice to hers and tell the Congress to pass immigration reform this year!   Dear Friend, I’ve just spent two amazing days on Capitol Hill talking to actual members of Congress about immigration […]

Archive, Immigration, Letter

LGBT Asian Americans Raising Our Voices on Immigration Reform

National Queer Asian Pacific Islander Alliance meets with Members of Congress to push for a commonsense and compassionate immigration reform For Immediate Release: Monday, November 25, 2013  Washington, DC: The National Queer Asian Pacific Islander Alliance delivered over 2,700 postcards to the House of Representatives last week calling for commonsense immigration reform that includes all […]

Archive, Blogroll

Intern Corner: ENDA & Immigration Reform

United We Dream: Flash Mob at the Capitol by Elizabeth This Wednesday, I had the opportunity to participate in United We Dream’s action at the Capitol for immigration reform. After a mock citizenship ceremony on the Senate lawn, over 500 DREAMers and immigrants’ rights activists gathered slowly in the Capitol Visitors’ Center. Led by little […]

Archive, Blogroll

Intern Corner: ENDA & Immigration Reform

United We Dream: Flash Mob at the Capitol by Elizabeth This Wednesday, I had the opportunity to participate in United We Dream’s action at the Capitol for immigration reform. After a mock citizenship ceremony on the Senate lawn, over 500 DREAMers and immigrants’ rights activists gathered slowly in the Capitol Visitors’ Center. Led by little […]