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From Our Blog

For the past 20 years, undocumented immigrants have faced unrelenting challenges to secure a legal right to stay in the only country most of them have known. Taking action, undocumented organizers catapulted themselves into the center of one of the nation’s fiercest debates to form a powerful political voice.
For John Lewis, activism for social change was a communal activity. He believed that people coming together to create a society that they wanted to live in. Creating that community required persistence, optimism, and the willingness to make what he called "good trouble, necessary trouble."
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