The Caravan for Immigration Reform has Arrived in Miami
MIAMI (AP) - The Caravan for Immigration Reform has arrived in Miami.
Hundreds of marchers will be holding a large American flag on Sunday at the Calle 8 (Eighth Street) Festival, a large Hispanic festival in South Florida.
The group says the goal is to raise awareness about immigration reform that provides a path to citizenship and that keeps families together.
The caravan riders have been on the road for ten days, traveling to different parts of the state.
They are calling on community leaders and politicians to join the national days of action next week in support of immigration reform.
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