01 April 2007

restoring the concept of due process to immigration discourse...

The Night of 1,000 Conversations
Atlanta Bread Company
1720 West End Avenue
6:00 p.m.

Current reactionary laws against immigrants go too far and deny basic due process to millions of people who live in the U.S. That’s why members of Liberty & Justice for All are working to restore due process to our immigration system this year.

On Thursday, April 5, 2007 thousands of people all across the country will come together in living rooms, basements, back yards, community centers, schools, and places of worship to work towards immigration reform that restores basic civil liberties and human rights, protects our core American values of fairness and justice, and defends due process for everyone.

Help us create a grassroots movement that brings America closer to it’s founding values – to build a country that truly lives up to it’s vision.

For more information contact Betsy Collum at 706-676-0343 or betsywcollum@yahoo.com

This conversation is being organized and facilitated by the Nashville chapter of Amnesty International...

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