Gamaliel in the News:

Posted by: Website Administrator on 4/13/2013

Faith Coalition for the Common Good of Springfield:

Thursday, April 11, 2013
Springfield groups push for immigration reform

Prayer Vigil in front of Cong. Schock’s office - April 4


North Bay Organizing Project April 10

NBOP was in DC and San Francisco.  Below is a picture of some of our DREAMER leaders speaking with KTVU 2 news channel. NBOP was in D.C. and San Francisco.  

Genesis, an Affiliate of  Gamaliel

Bay Area: From San Francisco to Capitol Hill, thousands rally and march for immigration reform
By Josh Richman

Gamaliel Metro Chicago on April 10, 2013

Sylvia Miranda, a GMC leader calls Congress asking for common sense immigration reform now.

GMC leaders call Congress on National Day of Action

Media Links:
Feb. 2013 (Video in Spanish) Organizacion religiosa presiona por la reforma migratoria
Feb. 2013 (Video in Spanish on Facebook) Gamaliel Metro Chicago, lanzaron su campaña ¨Un sueño para todos¨ (Gamaliel of Metro Chicago launches their campaign, “Dream for all”
Feb. 8, 2 013  No descansan por la reforma migratoria  (No rest for immigration reform)
Feb. 12, 2013 Reforma Migratoria: Es mejor ver para creer (Immigration Reform: It’s better to see to believe

Transforming Action Through Power or TAP

Community leader Jesusa Rivera with pastors and leaders, including U.S. Representative Jackie Walorski pictured holding a Gamaliel T-shirt.

Pastor Harry Muyenza of Living Waters, In Mishawaka, Indiana with Senator Joe Donnelly, meeting on comprehensive immigration reform.

Local community members are traveling to Washington to support immigration reform:

Q-C groups seek 'humane, just' immigration reform

Locals rally for immigration reform
By: Clay LePard

Across America, many are calling for comprehensive immigration reform.  Today in the Quad Cities, dozens came out to Casa de Los Niño's in Moline to rally support.  They say it's time to care for the 11 million undocumented immigrants by providing better medical care and improved rights, regardless of their legal
status. Leslie Kilgannon of Quad Cities Interfaith says the current system is broken, "What is happening now with our immigration system is inhumane. They're tearing families apart with deportations."

ADDC meets with Congressman Michele Bachmann to discuss her immigration reform stance. ADDC leader Pablo Tapio reports Bachmann is now more open to a pathway to legal citizenship.

ADDC meets with Congressman Keith Ellison of Minnesota

ADDC meets with U.S. Senator Al Franken in Minnesota. Typically, a prayer precedes each meeting.

PRISCM is A Fire of Faith campaign member

Reverend Robert Alexander Clemetson Senior Pastor in D.C. for historic immigration march Redeeming Love Christian Fellowship Tabernacle Ministry Center-10600 Meadowridge Lane in Mitchellville, Maryland 20721

PRISCM President (coalition of 25 churches-50,000 members)

Gamaliel’s Executive Director Ana Garcia-Ashley

Política y fe de la mano con la reforma de Inmigración La fundación Gamaliel, con base religiosa,  tuvo a Obama como organizador.  Ahora apoya a indocumentados    Milagros Meléndez-Vela | 4/7/2013, 6 a.m.

FACE of Hawaii

Immigration Reform 2013: The Hawaii Immigration Problem
by Johnathen Duran

Action Greater Lansing, Michigan
People Travel to Washington to March for Immigration Reform Close to 100,000 people are expected to march in the nation's capital Wednesday in support of comprehensive immigration reform. Tuesday, busloads from all across Michigan including Lansing were packed with supporters ready to head to Washington and speak with legislators about why they need to pass a bill and quick.

"They've been here, they support our economy and there is just no way for them to become citizens right now," said Ann Francis Action Greater Lansing Member.

Community members met in Lansing, MI for a statewide grassroots effort to coordinate activists on a march to the Capitol. Action of Greater Lansing, Michigan United, the United Auto Workers and hundreds of Michigan families gathered in cities across the state for to send off approx. About 500 activists traveled to Washington D.C. to march in support of justice for families endangered by the broken immigration system.
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