Fort Atkinson teacher Kari Johnson shares her students’ immigration stories at U.S. Capitol

Fort Atkinson teacher Kari Johnson is in Washington D.C. this week, sharing stories of her students and their families who are hurting under the broken U.S. immigration system. Johnson, who is pictured above (middle right) meeting with U.S. Rep. Mark Pocan (D-Wis.), is participating on Wednesday (April 10, 2013) in the National Rally for Citizenship, which will bring together hundreds of educators and tens of thousands of community, civic, labor and civil rights leaders, and immigration reform advocates to urge Congress to pass common sense immigration reform that includes a clear and direct path to citizenship for the nation’s

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