Rally for Immigration Reform

On Wednesday, April 10th at 3pm, thousands of immigration activists will gather in Washington, DC to urge Congress to fix our country’s broken immigration system. This event – the A10 rally – will bring together community, labor, faith, and immigrant rights supporters, all advocating for the passage of immigration reform that includes a pathway to citizenship.

To prepare for the A10 rally, HIAS and several other Jewish organizations, as well as members of the DC area Jewish community, will gather on Tuesday, April 9th at 6pm at the Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism for dinner and discussion with policy experts, advocates from the field, and faith/community leaders about the Jewish community’s involvement in the immigration debate. We will also be making signs and other materials for the rally!

To RSVP to one of both of these events, please click here.

Can’t make it to DC for the rally? There are still lots of other great ways to get involved:

Echo events are taking place across the country – take a look if there is one in your area!

Watch a live stream of the DC rally on Wednesday afternoon

Share your immigration story on the White House website — and be sure to let us know so we can post it on the We Were Strangers, Too blog!