500 DAI Leaders Launch LOCAL Immigration Reform Campaign
Hundreds of Dallas Area Interfaith leaders poured into Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church to launch an immigration reform campaign to address local issues dealt with on a daily basis: wage theft, lack of water breaks and horrific apartment conditions.
Accompanied by Auxiliary Bishop Most Reverend J. Douglas Deshotel of the Catholic Diocese of Dallas, DAI clergy urged parishioners and lay leaders to focus their energy on what can be solved at the local level, given the lack of reform options at the federal level. [Photo Credit: Ben Torres, Special Contributor, Texas Catholic]
Interfaith Group Talks Immigration Reform, Texas Catholic
Dallas Area Interfaith Calls for More Action and Organizing Among Immigrants, Dallas Morning News
Hundreds Meet in Dallas to Talk Immigration Reform, FOX 4 Dallas-Ft. Worth
Proponen Acciones Para Ayudar a Inmigrantes, Al Dia, TX