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1/21/18UWD5:30 PMUpper Senate Park200 New Jersey Ave NW Vigil: Call on Congress to Reach a Breakthrough to Protect Young Immigrantsthe protections of young immigrants with candles, banners, song & sharing of personal stories.
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1/22/18CASA/UWD3:00 PMUpper Senate Park200 New Jersey Ave NWPress conference at Upper Senate park after Senate vote
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1/22/18NAKASEC/AAPI TableAll DayphonesJoin NAKASEC's call-in day today!
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1/23/18CPD, UWD, 1:30 PMUpper Senate Park200 New Jersey Ave NWJoin United We Dream, FIRM, the Center for Popular Democracy Action, and several community groups from New York to North Carolina, as we rally in response to the shameful decision from Senate Democrats to end the #TrumpShutdown with no solution on the Dream Act.https://www.facebook.com/events/1563096727144764/
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1/29/18RACAll-dayCapitol HillOver 300 Reform Jewish teens are lobbying with the RAC on Capitol Hill today. One of the issues they are advocating is for the Dream Act
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1/30/18NDWA, PPAF, #MeToo, MomsRising, Color of Change, Alianza Nacional de Campesinas7:00 PMNational Press Club529 14th St NWThe State of Our Union: This is a cross-movement event where we'll be talking about all the issues affecting our communities due to Trump's white supremacist, anti-women, anti-worker agenda. Immigration will be a central issue in the program and we'd love to join in the use of any ribbon that unifies our support.https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-state-of-our-union-tickets-42426245041
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2/1/18CASA/CPD5:00 PMTrump Hotel1100 Pennsylvania AveVigil for Dream Act and TPShttps://www.facebook.com/events/260570471146566/
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2/1/18CHIRLA, CDN12:00 PMWhite HouseImmigrant youth continue their pressure on Congress to pass a clean bill that protects them and their families. They perform skits in front of WH Thursday seeking to engage passersby in a dialogue.https://www.facebook.com/chirlausa/videos/1961269457234528/?notif_id=1517365056034979&notif_t=live_video_explicit
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2/6/18NETWORK, Leadership Conference of Women Religious, the Franciscan Action Network, CLINIC12:00 PMCapitol Hill, Section 9, Senate Lawn First Street SE and East Capitol Street, NEA group of Catholic organizations led by the Leadership Conference of Women Religious, the Franciscan Action Network, CLINIC and NETWORK are planning a prayer service on the Capitol lawn for DACA recipients on February 6th at noon. We will be praying for a just solution for Dreamers which provides a pathway to citizenship.https://www.facebook.com/events/342076686298432/
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2/7/18FIRM, CPD, UWD, CASA12:00 PMLutheran Church of the Reformation212 East Capitol St NEDream Act action in D.C. Join us to demand Congress to stop delaying the Dream Acthttps://www.facebook.com/events/877004879138672/?notif_t=plan_edited&notif_id=1517838853663813
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2/7/18Word Relief11:30 AMDirksen Senate Office Building Room 4302nd St NE,World Relief Press Conference and Letter Release on Dreamers and Refugees
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2/13/18NAKASEC10:00 AMWhite HouseStart at 10am in front of White House then March to senate hart building for actions
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2/14/18CWS10:00 AMSen. McConnell's officeRussel 317Faith Leaders Perform Ash Wednesday Service with Dreamershttps://www.facebook.com/events/571544846531521/
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2/14/18UWD1:00 PMDirksen Senate Office BuildingImmigrant youth delivering Valentine’s Day cards to Republican Senators
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2/27/18NETWORK, PICO, Faith in Public Life10:30 AMRussell BldgCatholic Day of Action for Dreamers. The press conference will take place outside, across from the Russell Senate Office Building at 10:30 a.m., followed by prayer, song and nonviolent civil disobedience in the building’s rotunda
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2/27/18NAKASEC/CASA1:00 PMThe House TriangleNAKASEC press conference followed by office visits
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2/28/18NAKASEC/CASA11:00 AMHart buildingAction followed by office visits
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2/28/18Undocublack, Women's March, NILC, 11:30 AMRayburn House Office Building, Room 2044South Capitol St., First St., and C St., S.W.For The Love of Black Immigrants Congressional Briefinghttp://bit.ly/LoveBlackImm.
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3/2/18Brown Issues12:00 PMNational MallIndependence Ave Sw and 12th SWAs a symbol of immigrant youth and the movement to protect Dreamers from deportation, the butterfly will land on iconic places in DC. Youth activists and advocates will raise awareness of Dreamers and the impact DACA has had on families and communities.RSVP: kdriscoll@rabengroup.com
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3/3/18Brown Issues2:30 PMFreedom PlazaPennsylvania Ave NW between 13th St NW and 14th NWAs a symbol of immigrant youth and the movement to protect Dreamers from deportation, the butterfly will land on iconic places in DC. Youth activists and advocates will raise awareness of Dreamers and the impact DACA has had on families and communities.RSVP: kdriscoll@rabengroup.com
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3/4/18ACLU12:30 PMThe Eclipsenear the corner of 15th and Constitution Ave NW, Washington, DC 20502Trump: Don’t Kill the Dream Actionhttps://go.peoplepower.org/event/action/12738?ms_aff=NAT&initms_aff=NAT&ms=180226_immigrantsrights_peoplepower_&initms=180226_immigrantsrights_peoplepower_&ms_chan=eml&initms_chan=eml
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3/5/18UWD/CPD/FIRM/PICO/ACLU/SEIU/Bend the Arc/Leadership Conferece, PPFA10:30 AMNational Museum of American HistoryDCMarch 5th deadline, imposed by Donald Trump. Mobilization for the Dream Act!https://www.facebook.com/events/405219576614863/
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3/5/18NEA6:00 PMNEA building1201 16th Street, NW)On March 5 , from sunset to midnight, we will light up the National Education Association Headquarters (1201 16th Street, NW) with butterflies from dusk until midnight. These butterflies have become a symbol of the immigration movement and mirror NEA’s Dreamers Welcome art designed by Faviana Rodriguez whose butterflies represent the beauty and dreams of our immigrant youth. Join Us in front of the building on 16th street & M at sunset – 6:05pm.
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3/5/18Brown Issues10:00 AMWhite House1600 Pennsylvania Ave NWAs a symbol of immigrant youth and the movement to protect Dreamers from deportation, the butterfly will land on iconic places in DC. Youth activists and advocates will raise awareness of Dreamers and the impact DACA has had on families and communities.RSVP: kdriscoll@rabengroup.com
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3/5 - 3/8PICON/AN/AN/APICO National Network to Hold Actions Outside Congressional Offices In 10 states to Defend Undocumented Immigrants. Plan Includes Civil Disobedience in 5 Statesewilliams@piconetwork.org
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