Thousands Attend Dallas Immigration Rally

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Associated Press/[[April 1, 2007]]/Anabelle Garay link

Thousands of people wearing white shirts and waving American flags rallied in downtown Dallas on Sunday as part of a continuing push for immigration reform for the millions of illegal immigrants already living in the United States.

Many in the crowed police estimated at more than 5,000 held signs that read "No to 2903," referring to an ordinance in the Dallas suburb of Farmer's Branch that would make it illegal for landlords to rent apartments to illegal immigrants.

Attendee Hector Flores (past national president of the League of United Latin American Citizens) is quoted.

Also quoted: Domingo Garcia ("a Dallas attorney and activist").