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Thurs. May 1, 2008: March in Hempstead to support immigrant rights

May 1st update: For more information, you can contact:
The Workplace Project (516) 565-5377 www.1mayo.info

March in support of immigrant rights

Thursday May 1st at 11:30am

Hempstead, at Front and Franklin Street

From Jim Krivo’s WBAI/Wake Up Call radio announcements:

Immigration issues have been a major problem for many people living on Long Island especially in Suffolk County. Recently, a bill was introduced to a committee in the Suffolk legislature requiring empoyers be responsible for monitoring workers immigration status. This bill was defeated before it came up for vote by the whole legislature. Shortly after that , an automobile drove into the group of day laborers waiting on the sidewalk to get hired, and injured one day laborer so he had to go to the hospital. The driver sped away, and hasn’t been located as yet. There is a planned march in support of immigrant rights planned in Hempstead on May 1., beginning at Front and Franklin Street in Hempstead at 11:30 AM. To discuss the immigration issue we are honored to be able to speak with Nadia Molina, director of the Work Place Project in Hempstead.

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