Craig Keller (Respect Washington) discuss grassroots immigration reform activism in Washington state.

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    Craig Keller (www.RespectWashington.us) discuss grassroots immigration reform activism in Washington state. This presentation was given at the September, 2017 Social Contract Writers Workshop in Washington, DC.

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