Most of President Obama’s inaugural address was inaudible on the faulty Jumbotron at the Washington Monument, but toward the end one snippet came through clearly: “Our journey is not complete until we find a better way to welcome the striving, hopeful immigrants who still see America as a land of opportunity.”
Immigrants Call for End to Deportations in U.S.
(article written By Jorge Bañales, taken from Latin American Herald Tribune)
WASHINGTON – Thirteen immigrants including a number of farm workers, who had traveled 1,600 kilometers (995 miles) in a caravan from Florida, called Tuesday in the U.S. capital for President Barack Obama to stop deportations and for Congress to pass comprehensive immigration reform.
The Caravan in the Washington Post
Farmworkers travel to D.C. to keep spotlight on immigration
By Tara Bahrampour, Published: January 21
Tirso Moreno, from the "Forward With Your Promise Caravan"
Este activista marcha a Washington desde Florida. Los inmigrantes y sus familias están cansados de ser perseguidos y de ser criminalizados, por lo tanto personas de pequeñas comunidades así como de grandes ciudades están abogando por sí mismos, y alzando sus voces pidiendo a Obama que cumpla con su promesa.
Forward with your Promise caravan in Orlando