Immigrant Rights

4th Friday Flicks - Immigration & Globalization

Submitted by Bill Crosier on September 21, 2006 - 1:39pm. :: |

This month, we are teaming up with the Houston Institute for Culture for the 4th Friday Flicks event, on Sep. 22, and it's FREE. There are two short movies ("The Other Side" and "Oaxacan Hoops") scheduled for that date. Both are on the topic of immigration and globalization. See for descriptions of the movies.

We'll have refreshments before (starting at 6:30 PM) and after the movies shown on on Sep. 22, along with a discussion afterwards (including what films to show next). The complete schedule and descriptions of HIFC movies is at

Immigration Reform and Immigrants' Rights..

Submitted by Sarah Gonzales on October 13, 2005 - 6:48am. :: |

To get a copy of this resolution formatted for printing, so you can take it with you to your precinct convention, click on the link in the Attachment box below.

WHEREAS, The U.S. is and has always been a nation of immigrants who have enriched the American culture, and millions of immigrants work hard, raise families, serve in the U.S. armed forces, and study at universities; and

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