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LI WINS: NJ Business Opposes Anti-Immigrant Laws video

Video and Recap from Last Night’s Event – Long Island WINS presents: Don’t Make Our Mistakes: Lessons from Riverside, New Jersey in the Costs of Attacking Immigrants

Last night’s event was standing room only and was very educational. I was blogging live and trying to share all the great information that was being spoken about with you. Here are some of the highlights:

We started the night with opening remarks from David Verduin, a business owner and President of the Riverside, NJ Coalition of Business Owners and Landlords. He drove three hours to share his story with us and we are very thankful for that because his remarks really hit home.

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