YouTube Campaign To Start A Social Media Conversation About Immigration Reform

YouTube Campaign To Start A Social Media Conversation About Immigration Reform
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The organization 'Define American' wants people to share personal stories and describe what it means to be an American.

Emma Hutchings
  • 16 november 2011

The award-winning multimedia journalist Jose Antonio Vargas, who famously outed himself as an illegal US immigrant in The New York Times, founded the organization Define American, which harnesses the power of storytelling and social media to build support for immigration reform. They have launched a campaign to start a conversation about illegal immigrants and raise awareness of the immigration system.

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