Ana Avendaño, assistant to the president and director of immigration and community action at the AFL-CIO, sent the following message to working family activists:
Immigration has been all the buzz here in Washington, and you might have heard about it on your local news or radio station.
It’s great news, because the story of immigrants in this country is rich and complex, and there’s a lot that goes into finding a road map to citizenship for the 11 million aspiring Americans.
We’re hosting an online education session next week in the evening for anyone who wants to learn more about why the AFL-CIO is so invested in this fight for a commonsense immigration process. We want you to be there, so every member of our community knows how to talk about this issue. Will you join us?
This will be a great opportunity to ask questions, find out how to take the next steps to get involved in this campaign and be the most informed in your neighborhood on this issue. We'll send information about how you log in to the call next week, but sign up to let us know you'll join us on Tuesday, March 26, at 8:30 p.m. EDT.
Are you in? Sign up to get our latest immigration updates on our education call on March 26: