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LOCAL GROUP TO HOLD IMMIGRATION REFORM PANEL DISCUSSION

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Northwest Suburbs Organizing for Action

(224)241-2012

matt@nwsofa.org

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE -- 4/1/2013

LOCAL GROUP TO HOLD IMMIGRATION REFORM PANEL DISCUSSION

The Palatine and Wheeling Township Democrats and Northwest Suburbs Organizing for Action (NWSOFA) will host a panel discussion on "Immigration Reform: Why it Matters, Locally and Nationally" on Sunday, April 7th from 2pm to 4pm at Twin Lakes Recreation Area, 1200 E. Twin Lakes Drive in Palatine.

Scheduled panelists include: Holly Kerr of the Social Action Justice Committee, North Shore Unitarian Church; Airsa Pineda, President of the Women Workers Rights of Chicago Workers Collaborative; and Maria Salazar of the Illinois Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights.

For more information: go to www.nwsofa.org or call (224)241-2012.

Northwest Suburbs Organizing for Action (NWSOFA) was formed by local volunteers who had worked together on President Obama's reelection campaign and who continue to work for progressive change. The group is non-partisan, but generally supports the mainstream progressive policies of President Obama. In addition to immigration reform, the group is working on gun violence prevention, climate change, and fiscal issues.

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