In Milwaukee, no less:

MEDIA ADVISORY

WISCONSIN Group ASKS: DO YOU HAVE TO BE LOU DOBBS TO HAVE A VOICE IN THE IMMIGRATION DEBATE?

Group Will Don Masks of the Popular CNN Host at Milwaukee Courthouse and Immigration Office

WHAT: Members of the grassroots immigration group Voces de la Frontera will gather outside Wisconsin’s Federal Courthouse to protest Lou Dobbs‘ dominance of the immigration debate and push for a more inclusive discussion. The rally is part of a historic 10-city tour across Wisconsin to spark lively debate on immigration reform. Voces founder Christine Neumann-Ortiz and others will speak at the rally.

WHEN: Monday, July 16, 2007, 12:30 p.m. — 1:00 p.m.

WHERE: Federal Courthouse Steps, 517 E. Wisconsin Avenue, Milwaukee, WI.

WHO: Christine Neumann-Ortiz, Executive Director Voces de la Frontera, named one of Wisconsin’s most influential women.

ABOUT VOCES: Voces de la Frontera is a grassroots nonprofit organization that seeks to end injustice against U.S. immigrants through on-the-ground activism and increased civic participation

BACKGROUND:

  • Special Report: Lou Dobbs, Latino Media Clash At NAHJ Convention
  • Dobbs’ 60 Minutes Interview Reaches New, Awkward Extreme
  • Will CNN Ever Issue A Correction For Lou Dobbs?
  • Lou Dobbs Once Tossed Live Chicken Off Balcony During Movie