It's the Rally in Raleigh. At least 7 immigration enforcement groups will be taking to North Carolina for what looks to be a great day demanding action against illegal immigration. And you can join in as it will broadcast live in streaming audio on the Internet.
On this day the groups are asking all to call in to North Carolina legislators and demand that action be taken!
Here's the low down from William Gheen of ALIPAC
Join Immigration Enforcement Groups for Historic Rally in Raleigh on June 18
A diverse group of concerned citizens who represent the 80% of North Carolinians, which want the NC Legislature to take action to curtail illegal immigration in 2008, will gather for a rally and citizens lobby day in Raleigh on June 18, 2008
The rally will be from 11am-1pm on the Bicentennial Mall, which is across Jones St. from the main entrance of the NC Legislature. Supporters are also encouraged to join us, on the 1st floor inside the legislative building from 8am-5pm, to distribute materials and lobby NC lawmakers against HB 2717 that would allow illegal aliens in NC Colleges, while supporting measures to protect American jobs, tax resources, and lives threatened by illegal immigration.
These events will be at the NC Legislature at 16 West Jones St., Raleigh, NC
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Signs that are consistent with ALIPAC's platform and American flags only are welcome at the rally, but not inside the building.
The Rally Podium is open to any NC Lawmaker supporting immigration enforcement and several are already scheduled to speak.
Keynote speakers include
William Gheen, President of Americans for Legal Immigration PAC
Chris Simcox, Co-Founder of the Minutemen and President of Minuteman Civil Defense Corps
Ron Woodard, Director of NC Listen
Dan Smeriglio, President of Voice of the People USA (Hazleton, PA)
Lee Anthony Nieves of You Don't Speak for Me
Roan Garcia-Quintana, Director of Americans Have Had Enough (SC)
Mike Young of NC Voice
This event is also being supported by NC Minutemen and the Faith, Family, Freedom Alliance.
Citizens from across the state and nation will be calling NC lawmakers from home during the day on June 18 to ask for immigration enforcement.
The Rally will be broadcast live via streaming audio on the web.