(Francisco Kjolseth | The Salt Lake Tribune)
As March marks National "Coming Out of the Shadows" month members of the Salt Lake Dream Team (SLDT), including Angelica Rodriguez, Daniela Cobián and Itza Hernandez, from left, took the opportunity to make immigration a priority in Utah and to push for humane immigration reform. The SLDT members met with Jessica Christopher, one of Sen. Mike Lee's staffers at the Wallace F. Bennett Federal Building to discuss his stance on immigration. SLDT is calling for a direct and humane pathway to citizenship that also explicitly benefits the undocumented LGBTQ community.
Utahns rally for humane immigration reform
The Salt Lake Tribune
First Published Mar 15 2013 05:19 pm • Last Updated Mar 18 2013 09:32 am
Members of the Salt Lake Dream Team rallied for humane immigration reform Friday at the Wallace F. Bennett Federal Building in Salt Lake City.
Team members were scheduled to meet with someone in Sen. Mike Lee’s office and then rally to publicize March as national "Coming Out of the Shadows" month.
The Dream Team is calling for a humane pathway to citizenship that also explicitly benefits the undocumented LGBTQ community.
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