Union Members at the AFL-CIO Convention Stand with DREAMer to Ask President Obama to Stop Her Father's Deportation

September 11, 2013

Hareth Andrade-Ayala, a former Union Summer participant and DREAMer who came to the AFL-CIO Convention to read her poem, "America," was hoping she could ask President Barack Obama a very important question: Will you please stop the deportation of my father?

But, she realized, actions speak louder than words, and asked the delegates to stand in solidarity with her father. Then something really cool happened. 

Watch the video in the post to see. 

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