Monday 19th February 2018,

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Asian Americans Take to Twitter to Protest Obama Delay on Immigration Reform

posted by Randall

ImmigrationMany Asian Americans have been quite active on Twitter expressing their disappointment in President Obama’s decision to delay action on immigration reform.

Obama had promised to issue an executive order sometime near the end of summer, but the White House says that order will be delayed until after the November mid-term elections to avoid the hot button issue.

Gregory Cendana is executive director of the Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance.

The Minkown Center for Community Action is a Korean American grassroots advocacy organization established in 1984.


Tim Huey is a staffer with the Asian American Advancing Justice, Asian Law Caucus.

Suman Raghunathan is executive director of South Asian Americans Leading Together.

United We Dream, the largest immigrant led youth organization in the country, is organizing a week of action to support immigration reform the week of September 22.

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