President Obama Highlights Personal Stories in Immigration Fight

by Jingru Huang | June 12, 2013 4:40 pm

President Obama continues to showcase personal stories in the immigration fight, most recently during yesterday’s White House event. The event, timed before the Senate vote yesterday afternoon to bring the immigration bill to the debate, continued to move the personal side of the immigration debate. Tolu Olubunmi told her story as a DREAMer fighting for reform for millions of undocumented immigrants, including herself. Additionally, President Obama referenced several other personal stories of young people who have been brought to America when they were young and have been fighting for years for their American dreams.

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