For Immediate Release: Monday, June 6, 2016
Contact: Carlos Vogel, 202-460-0713, firstname.lastname@example.org
Photos, stories, and art exhibition featured in several US cities to highlight why immigration relief programs are needed
Washington, DC – Today, the Fair Immigration Reform Movement (FIRM), along with world renowned artists and co-directors of the movie “A Day without a Mexican” Yarely Arizmendi and Sergio Arau, and directly impacted families hosted “The Faces of DAPA and DACA+ Exhibition” featuring photos and stories of individuals and directly impacted families. The exhibition seeks to educate and highlight the importance of the Supreme Court to rule in favor President Obama’s executive orders on DACA+ and DAPA.
The “Faces of DAPA/DACA+” is a travelling exhibit that was launched by FIRM in Los Angeles, CA in April, and has traveled to Alabama, Arizona, California, Connecticut, Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts, Nebraska, New York, North Carolina, Wisconsin, and is ending in Washington, D.C. The exhibit features striking photos and compelling stories of immigrant families across the country who are eligible for “DAPA and DACA+”, the executive orders issued by President Obama in November 2014 which would allow millions of immigrant families to live without fear of family separation and provide work authorization so that they can live,...