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Students stand stronger together to testify for undocumented students

February 24, 2017

Throughout the legislative session, various groups gather on the capitol’s grounds to promote their causes, meeting with their legislators about issues important to them. Feb. 20 marked African-American Advocacy Day, the purpose of which was to examine the rights, needs and equal opportunity of the African-American community. Feb. 23 was Asian Pacific Islander Legislative Day, promoted by the Asian Pacific Islander Coalition of Washington. The group was there to promote civil rights, equal access to education and health services for all Asian Pacific Americans, including immigrants and refugees. >>

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