Immigration marches and rallies are becoming a common sight all over the country, and next week, it will be Lubbock's turn.
Area wide churches will hold a march and rally on Monday to coincide with nationwide demonstrations. It will begin at 11:30 a.m., at St. Joseph's Catholic Church in the 100 Block of Avenue P. From there, marchers will proceed to the Lubbock County Courthouse and federal building where delegations will deliver resolutions to Senator John Cornyn, and Congressman Randy Neugebauer, asking for realistic reform.
The West Texas Organizing Strategy will hold two education sessions Sunday night, to prepare. One will be held at Our Lady of Grace Catholic Church, the other, at Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church. Both will be held at 6:30.
You can call (806) 762-4788, for more information.
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