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Highlights

The Top 10 #iMarch Highlights

Thanks to your help, the Senate passed the immigration bill. Here's a video recap of what we were able to achieve.


    #1

      Largest Ever Virtual March for Immigration Reform.

      In just two days, over 30,000 Tweets, Facebook posts, and phone calls pushed Congress to pass immigration reform.


    #2

      Pass the Baton.

      We executed the first ever online event relay, covering two days with Twitter chats, Reddit AMA's, Google Hangouts, HuffPost LIVE segments, Facebook Q&A's, and livestreams.


    #3

      Largest Political Thunderclap in History.

      On Wednesday, we released a flood of Tweets and Facebook posts reaching more than 45 million people in an instant.


    #4

      Both Parties Unite.

      @BarackObama retweeting @JebBush. Senator Schumer retweeting Grover Norquist. What's going on? The #iMarch brought together both parties to push for immigration reform. It's a long list including Mayors Bloomberg, Booker, Lee, Emanuel, and Menino, Governors Snyder, Brown, and Inslee; Senators Flake, Gillibrand, and Warren; Representatives Issa, Gutierrez, Lofgren, and many many more.


    #5

      Breaking New Digital Ground.

      Senate Majority Leader Reid and Senator Schumer released their first-ever Vine messages in support of the #iMarch. Senator Patty Murray released her second.


    #6

      Tech Makes an Impact.

      In one of its largest showings of force since SOPA-PIPA, tech leaders from Steve Case to Padmasree Warrior and companies from Mashable to Yahoo all came together to push Congress on reform.


    #7

      Merging Digital and Real World Activism.

      Live events in NYC, Austin, San Antonio, and San Francisco rallied the tech community in support of immigration reform.


    #8

      Celebrities Speak.

      In a Twitter townhall, Governor Schwarzenegger rallies supporters in support for immigration reform. Other celebrities joining the #iMarch include Russell Simmons, MC Hammer, Rosario Dawson, Wilmer Valderrama, and Baron Davis.


    #9

      The DREAMers #iMarch.

      Perhaps there's no better argument for immigration reform than the experience of DREAMers. They made their case with a live screening of "The Dream is Now," a Google Hangout with the DREAMers from the film, and separate virtual events with Gaby Pacheco, Voto Latino, and LATISM.


    #10

      #Pray4Reform

      Leaders from Jim Wallis to Ralph Reed joined the #iMarch and made the faith-based case for immigration reform -- capped off with a Google Hangout with @Sojourners, @WorldRelief, @NHCLC and others.


And this is just the beginning.
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