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Tuesday, January 12, 2010

For immigration reform

Posted By on Tue, Jan 12, 2010 at 9:08 AM

A public forum is scheduled at 6:30 p.m. tonight at the Mosaic Church at 6420 Col. Glenn Road by a coalition working for immigration reform. Speakers include Times publisher Alan Leveritt, who was active in the group that worked against punitive immigration laws in the last regular legislative session.


Leaders to participate in “The American Dream FOR Arkansas” Community Forum 

WHAT:  The American Dream FOR Arkansas, State Community Forum 

WHEN:  TUESDAY, January 12th – 6:30PM to 8PM 

WHERE:  Mosaic Multicultural Church, 6420 Colonel Glenn Road, Little Rock 72204

WHO:   Business, education, faith and community leaders including:

Joyce Elliott, State Senator

Dr. Anne Goldberg, Professor, Hendrix College

Dr. Andre Guerrero, Public Education

Alan Leveritt, Arkansas Times

Wendell Griffen, Retired Judge, Pastor, New Millennium Church 

Reverend Steve Copley, United Methodist Church

Dale Charles, President, NAACP Arkansas State Conference

Pastor Cesar Ortega, Mosaic Church of Central Arkansas

ADDITIONAL: Post event interviews will be accessible with speakers. 

The Campaign to Reform Immigration for America is a united national effort that brings together individuals and organizations from the business, education, faith, elected office, civil rights and community sectors with the mission to build support for workable comprehensive immigration reform. For specific information on the Reform Immigration FOR America/FOR Arkansas Campaign visit: 

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