This isn't about different races, or the different colors of your flags. This isn't about being from different countries, this is about uniting as one voice.
The important thing is to show we are united. There are people of all sides, of different groups, who want to show their support for this issue.
Don't look at the people of any particular organization as the leaders. Look at yourself as the leaders.
These issues have basically been untouched in this area before. Why is this area the exception We need to work on educating the public on the struggles of immigrants. We need employers to know what their workers go through just to get here. The plan is to unite everyone on this issue.
In Peru things were different. If you went against the government, you could lose your job. You couldn't express yourself completely. In contrast, in this country you have freedom of expression.
With the help of the area's professionals we're going to take the voice of this community even higher.
It is now apparent that the organizing efforts have reached beyond the Hispanic community and are now being supported by different communities such as the Anglo community, the African American community, the Asian community.
I would like to tell the American Community that we really care about this community. We are productive. We are not terrorists.
We want people to hold hands and create a bridge of support for the basic human rights, dignity and equal respect of immigrants in this country.