In just two days, over 30,000 Tweets, Facebook posts, and phone calls pushed Congress to pass immigration reform.
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.
On Wednesday, we released a flood of Tweets and Facebook posts reaching more than 45 million people in an instant.
@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.
Senate Majority Leader Reid and Senator Schumer released their first-ever Vine messages in support of the #iMarch. Senator Patty Murray released her second.
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.
Live events in NYC, Austin, San Antonio, and San Francisco rallied the tech community in support of immigration reform.
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.
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.
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.