October 13th National Day of Action: 6 ways to help!

oct 13th

Cross-posted from the Reform Immigration FOR America blog:

Tuesday, October 13th is a big day in the fight for immigration reform. Thousands of community leaders will be gathering in Washington, DC to speak face-to-face with members of Congress, asking for their support of comprehensive immigration reform.After hitting the halls of Congress, their will be a vigil on the West Lawn of the Capitol, calling for family unity.

oct 13th map

Can’t be in Washington, DC on October 13th? No problem, here are 6 easy ways to join in the action that day:

  1. Find an event in your area. Click on the map above to find a local event on October 13th.
  2. Call your Representative. With just one click, you can call your Rep. and ask them to support immigration reform. To call – click here.
  3. Send a fax. Tell members of Congress that you want immigration reform now. It only takes a minute. Click here to fax.
  4. Upload our badge. If you have a website or blog, upload our badge onto your site. Simply copy and paste the code we provide for you here.
  5. Share on Facebook. On October 13th, help us spread the word by telling your friends. Click here to share on Facebook.
  6. Tweet it! On Twitter? Help spread the word to the Twitterverse. Please re-tweet the following and use the #famunity hashtag when you talk about the action “RT @RI4A Join thousands of people across the country demanding #immigration reform today! http://bit.ly/uUKx3 #ri4a #famunity”

Help us send a resounding message to Congress that immigration reform can’t wait! For more information, visit our action page here.

One response to “October 13th National Day of Action: 6 ways to help!

  1. Pingback: Family Unity: Now is the time! « Reform Immigration For America

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