In Denver, pro immigrant advocates will begin a four-day march on December 1 to get Congress to support a path to citizenship by updating the Registry Act. An activist who last year rode a bicycle from Denver to Washington DC to urge for immigration reform joins this conversation. Also, after ten years of negotiations, all the motor vehicle offices in Colorado are offering driver’s licenses to all. Finally, an activist talks about the power of the personal testimony of those who have lived the experience of dealing with ICE firsthand, when seeking changes to Colorado laws.
Guests: Omar Gómez, Community Leader, Denver, CO; Raquel Lane-Arellano, Communications Manager Colorado Immigrant Rights Coalition-CIRC Denver, CO; Jesús Castro, Community Leader, Fuerza Latina and Student, Colorado State University-CSU, Fort Collins, CO; Hans Meyer, Immigration Attorney, The Meyer Law Office, PC, Denver, CO.
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