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The Immigrant Workers Freedom Ride raised awareness of the abuses suffered by migrants at work.
The Immigrant Workers Freedom Ride is a complex call for a new civil rights charter that includes the foreign-born."
According to Cecilia Munoz of the National Council of La Raza, "The people on the Immigrant Workers Freedom Ride are taking very serious risks.
Murray recently spoke with The Chicago Reporter about the Immigrant Workers Freedom Ride and her labor activism.
In September 2003, he hosted the "Immigrant Workers Freedom Ride," a caravan of illegal aliens organized by a coalition of Marxist groups.
In this context, the fight for immigrant rights in the U.S., exemplified by the Immigrant Workers Freedom Ride, will continue to assume central roles in racial justice fights at the center.
A nine-city Immigrant Workers Freedom Ride pressing for immigrant citizenship and civil rights culminates in a mass rally in Queens, N.Y., Oct.
Founded more than a century ago by radical immigrant labor activists, the LIU played a prominent role in the 2003 "Immigrant Workers Freedom Ride," a Marxist-organized caravan of pro-amnesty groups.
Last fall, a coalition of radical groups--including the Communist Party--organized the "Immigrant Workers Freedom Ride." In that campaign, busloads of illegal aliens were brought to Washington to lobby on behalf of amnesty.
The fall 2003 "Immigrant Workers Freedom Ride" was an event "reminiscent of the civil rights struggles of the 1960s," claimed the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
Both the Free South Africa Movement and the Immigrant Workers Freedom Rides were conceived as a way to connect African Americans' struggle for racial justice in the civil rights era to the struggles of other groups--for the FSAM, it was black South Africans; for the IWFR, it's immigrant workers (and their children) in the U.S.