On Thursday, March 3, join immigrants and allies from around the state at the Capitol to show legislators that Iowans stand with immigrants.

Let's show legislators and the state that we care about the rights of immigrants in Iowa! Come to the Iowa State Capitol building for a morning of  advocacy and education! We want to push back against legislation harmful to immigrants and Latinos and fight for the rights of all Iowans.
We'll be gathering in the Legislative Dining Room (Room G15) at the Capitol at 9:00 am. We'll talk about what we want to achieve that day, and the best ways to do that. After that, we'll head upstairs to lobby our legislators.

Here's the bills we're most concerned about:

Parking: Visitor parking is located on the west side of the Capitol but is limited. There is a free parking ramp on the corner of E Grand & E 7th, just a few blocks from the Capitol. Here's a map of the Capitol

Learn more about the ACLU of Iowa's work on warrantless detentions.

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