It will be held at 6:30 p.m. at the Mosaic Multicultural Church on Colonel Glenn Road.
According to the Campaign to Reform Immigration for America, the organization is a united national effort that brings draws together individuals and organizations from the business, education, faith, elected office, civil rights and community sectors. They say their mission is to build support for workable comprehensive immigration reform.
Below is a list of people expected to be in attendance.
Joyce Elliott, State Senator
Alan Leveritt, Business Owner, Publisher, Arkansas Times Media Group
Dr. Anne Goldberg, Professor, Hendrix College
Dr. Andre Guerrero, Public Education
Wendell Griffen, Retired Judge, Pastor, New Millennium Church
Reverend Steve Copley, United Methodist Church
Dale Charles, President, NAACP Arkansas State Conference
Pastor Cesar Ortega, Mosaic Church of Central Arkansas
For specific information on the Reform Immigration FOR America/FOR Arkansas Campaign click here and here.
Source: Immigration FOR America