Fasting keeps immigration reform in spotlight, Los Angeles activist says in Omaha

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Posted: Tuesday, February 18, 2014 12:00 am

A Korean immigrant who fasted for 22 days last year in an effort to keep the immigration reform debate alive encouraged an Omaha audience Monday to keep fighting for the cause.

Fasting demonstrates activists' commitment to immigration reform and their refusal to give up until Congress provides a pathway to citizenship, D.J. Yoon, a Los Angeles leader of Fast for Families, told 40 people at First United Methodist Church.

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