Boston is truly a city of immigrants. By the end of the 19th century, Italian, Irish, and Russian immigrants held majority populations in the North End, South Boston, Charlestown, and West End neighborhoods. Today these same communities continue to thrive alongside more recent immigrants from Asia, Latin America, Africa, and the Caribbean. Bostonians know that immigrants play a huge role in their city’s economic, civic, social and cultural life. Our FWD Boston Chapter is here to further raise awareness of our outdated immigration system as well as the many benefits reform would provide to our city.
Where does your representative stand on immigration reform? Using our tool, you can quickly and easily find your rep's stance on immigration reform, and then directly contact him or her to encourage their support for reform.