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Huff Post: Activists Applaud Executive Action on Immigration, But It’s Not Enough

Marcela Cervantes, who was three years old when she came to Colorado, says about her family, “We came to Colorado from Leon, Guanajuato in Mexico. My grandmother brought us to the United States for a better life, so my mom could find better work and provide for us since she was a single mother with two kids and another on the way.”

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Statement: 9to5 Applauds Executive Action on Immigration, But It’s Not Enough

9to5 stands with labor and immigration organizations thanking President Obama for his executive action granting temporary legal status for close to 5 million undocumented immigrants. But this is not enough. The time for common-sense immigration reform, more than ever, is now. The Congress needs to take the President’s lead and pass comprehensive immigration reform that will strengthen our families, communities and nati

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Event: Atlanta Black Friday Back in Action

Come join Jobs with Justice in fighting for $15/hour and full time for Our Walmart Workers.

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Blog: Why I Canvass

I chose to canvass with 9to5 Atlanta Working Women, because I wanted to effect change in the community I live in. Knowledge is power, and I wanted to help spread knowledge about the mid-year election. This mid-year election was important, because it determined the people who not just represent us locally, but also statewide, and even nationwide.

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CBS Denver: Pregnancy Discrimination A Growing Problem In Colorado Workplace

Rebecca Walker is celebrating her brand new bundle of joy but she believes her son is the reason she lost her job as a cardiac tech at Denver Health.

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