• Thousands turn out to push for immigration reform

    Americans rallied nationwide to tell Congress to get back to work and fix our broken immigration system.

    Saturday marked 100 days since the Senate passed comprehensive immigration reform, but the House of Representatives has refused to act. Instead of approving a bill that would boost the American economy, a group of lawmakers are sabotaging it by shutting down the government.

    That's why on Saturday, OFA supporters rallied to remind Congress that it is time to act on immigration reform.

    New York, New York—Hundreds of supporters rallied in Brooklyn and marched across the Brooklyn Bridge.

    Miami, Florida—Nearly 200 people turned out to support immigration reform.

    Bakersfield, California—A rooftop evening concert in Bakersfield featured seven bands and attracted more than 200 attendees to rally for immigration reform.

    Racine, Wisconsin—Local DREAMer Laura shared her story outside Representative Paul Ryan's office, along with 70 supporters.

    See more photos and tweets from Saturday's events in the slideshow below.



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