timeline and a tribute to the late Senator Edward M. Kennedy, 1932-2009, for his lifetime of tireless work on behalf of immigrants and refugees. He was more than a friend to the downtrodden- he was a fighter and a champion for the rights of all workers.Please take a look, and take a moment to add your name to the letter in his memory." />

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Kennedy Tribute and Timeline: Remembering His Life’s Work on Immigration

by Jacquelyn Mahendra on 08/28/2009 at 11:00am

Today we’re releasing a timeline and a tribute to the late Senator Edward M. Kennedy, 1932-2009, for his lifetime of tireless work on behalf of immigrants and refugees. He was more than a friend to the downtrodden- he was a fighter and a champion for the rights of all workers. Please take a look, and take a moment to add your name to the letter we’ve drafted in his memory and his honor.

 

Please take a moment to visit:

 

In Memoriam

Sen Kennedy

Senator Edward M. Kennedy, 1932-2009,
Hero on Immigration Reform

Also, please check out–

 

THE TIMELINE:

Senator Kennedy, A Champion for Immigrants and the American Dream

 

Here are a couple of key highlights:

1962 – Kennedy launches his first campaign calling for immigration reform

1965 – Kennedy’s manages the passage of the Immigration Act of 1965

1980 – Kennedy writes and passes the Refugee Act

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