Just and Humane Immigration Policy

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Youth and immigrant storytelling video contest

Do you think you can rock a video camera? Now is your chance! The Immigrants Voice Program (IVP) has designed a scholarship for youth of immigrant background. The three winning videos should consist of a detailed, well thought, creative, persuasive story. The story should be a personal narrative about immigration to the United States, the importance of this decision, and how it has affected the future of the individual and his/her family.

Rev. Wayne Laws' Reflection: "Why I Went to Jail"

Rev. Wayne Laws, a CFIR member and member of the Clergy Witness Network, shares his story and his reasons for participating in a non-violent direct action in Denver, where seven community members were arrested to call on the U.S. House to take action on immigration reform, and to create just and humane immigration policy.

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