The Common Good

The Immigrants And Their Allies Continue Expanding The Pressure Until You Achieve The Reform Immigration

Source: El Lider USA
Date: November 14, 2013

Originally in Spanish; translated by Google Translate:

Washington, DC - While much of the coverage in Washington on immigration reform focuses on the most recent time excuses wielded by the House Republicans to justify their continued inaction, the pro-reform movement continues to grow.

According to Frank Sharry , executive director of America's Voice, "which will ultimately lead to immigration reform will be the final goal external pressure, not the conventional view. We are strengthening as a movement every day and continue to expand the pressure until we reform. We continue to view immigration reform as a matter of 'when', not 'if', because the strength of our movement, the power of our message and advance political and demographic realities all the time. "
Below are reminders of why reform is ultimately inevitable:

I Fasting to elevate the moral imperative of reform: This day, dozens of religious organizations, immigrant rights and labor announced their own fasting on behalf of immigration reform, the groups involved include the Union Service Employees International (SEIU), Church World Service, Faith in Public Life, The PICO Network , the Alliance for Citizenship, NETWORK, a National Catholic Social Justice Lobby, Sojourners, Franciscan Action Network, and dozens of other. This national fast is taken up by a number of local fasts around the country.