National Alliance for Immigrants' Rights

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The National Alliance for Immigrants' Rights is an organization advocating legal status for all illegal immigrant workers in the United States pending Congressional enactment of a comprehensive immigration reform. It was founded in a conference held in Chicago on August 11–13, 2006, attended by about 700 people, most of whom had been involved in the Great American Boycott earlier in 2006.[1]

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  1. ^ Joaquín Bustelo, "700 Immigrant Rights Activists Form National Alliance, Set Protests for Labor Day Weekend and September 30"