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We are all better off when our communities are healthy and strong, we feel safe and our children can thrive. Women especially know the importance of coming together and wouldn’t be where we are without the help and support of the women in our lives—our mothers, sisters, daughters and friends. We honor and celebrate our unique commitment to protecting families and giving equal opportunities and respect to women and girls. We also know that it’s not about what you look like or where you were born that makes you American. It’s how you live your life and what you do that defines you here in America.
Lake Worth, FL - Francisco Diaz, 41-year-old undocumented immigrant who lives in Homestead, got on his bike this past Sunday, March 2nd, and started "Pedaling for 20 Million Dreams" until he reaches Washington DC. Francisco will bring a pen to President Obama with the purpose of asking him to use his power and sign an executive order that stops deportations, echoing the campaign launched by the National Alliance of Latin American and Caribbean Communities, Mr. President, yes you can! Use the power of the pen!. He also seeks to ask Congress to pass Immigration Reform.