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Undocumented students coming out of the shadows at Pasadena City College

Location

Pasadena City College at the steps in front of the mirror pools

1570 E. Colorado Blvd
Pasadena , CA United States

WHAT:Undocumented students will publicly come out for the first time to demandsupport for undocumented students at Pasadena City college and advocate forthe CA dream actWHEN:Thursday 15th,  September 2011 , 12:00 pm – 2:00pmWHERE:Pasadena City College at the steps in front of the mirror pools, 1570 E.Colorado Blvd. Pasadena, CA 91106-2003 . Nearest cross street is Hill.WHO:San Gabriel Valley Dream Team. United Without Boundaries & U.L.A.S alongwith supporters of the immigrant community. Students, staff and teachers.WHY:There are over 700 hundred Undocumented students attending Pasadena CityCollege, one of the best community colleges in the United States. “Thereare a lot of Undocumented students that attend PCC and there isn’t enoughresources nor acknowledgement of their existence in that matter,” says JoseLuis Alvarenga 20, a Pasadena City College student. Undocumented studentswill take over the school to demand equal opportunity to an education and insupport of the CA Dream Act; AB131 which is on the Governors desk. IFGovernor Brown signs the bill 500,000 .Undocumented students will benefit from it and have a fighting chance ataccomplishing their educational goals.VISUALS:Undocumented students on the steps sharing their stories and rallying alongwith allies and supporters  chanting, holding banners demanding equaleducation for all.

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The San Gabriel Valley Dream Team is an organization of undocumentedstudents, youth and community members that advocates for the rights ofimmigrants in the San Gabriel Valley region of Los Angeles County.

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