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Join @TheNYIC’s Campaign: Send Pen & Letter to @BarackObama to End Unjust Deportations!

April 27, 2011

Join the New York Immigration Coalition’s ‘With the Stroke of a Pen’ Campaign!

Tell President Obama to End Unjust Deportations

Sign up for our online campaign and we will send a letter & pen to President Obama on your behalf asking him to take executive action to end unjust deportations.

Want to Learn More? Watch our Campaign videos (above)

Click here to watch the Spanish-language Campaign Video

What is the ‘With the Stroke of a Pen’ Campaign?

The ‘With the Stroke of a Pen’ Campaign aims to hold President Obama accountable to his promise to reform our broken immigration system. But more than two years into his administration, Congress is at a standstill, paralyzed by partisan politics, and the Obama administration has actually brought deportations to a record high, surpassing the records set by the Bush administration. Most of these deportations are not of those who pose a threat to public safety; they actually target the very people the President has said should be brought out of the shadows: hard-working immigrants and family members.

Click here to see the staggering statistics about our immigration system.


1) ADD YOUR NAME to the growing list of people who are sending pens and letters to the President asking him to end unjust deportations by taking executive action with the stroke of a pen. Click HERE to add your name to the campaign.

2) SHARE OUR CAMPAIGN VIDEOS: YOU have the power to grow the campaign!

Share the English Campaign video on Facebook by clicking:

Tweet the English Campaign video by clicking:

Para compartir el video de la campaña en Español en Facebook– haga un clic aquí:

Para compartir el video de la campaña en Español en Twitter– haga un clic aquí:

Thank you for your support!

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