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Civil Rights Leader Denounces Amnesty/Guestworker Plan

Calls Proposals A Slap In The Face For Black Americans

MIAMI, FL.-April 20, 2007 - T. Willard Fair, Founder and Chairman of Independent Voices for Change, President of the Urban League of Greater Miami Inc. and long-time civil rights leader, has joined with a national group, including Santa Barbara-based Californians for Population Stabilization (CAPS), in an advertising campaign to oppose proposals awarding amnesty to illegal foreign workers and importing hundreds of thousands more low skilled foreign workers.

Mayday Marches Again! Screaming in the Streets Again!

SANTA BARBARA— Thousands of illegal immigrants and their supporters are expected to take to the streets again in cities across the country, marking the one-year anniversary of the drive to grant amnesty to as many as 25 million people who have violated our border and our laws.

The demonstrations that will stretch from Los Angeles to Chicago to New York will feverishly obsess about the plight of “people living in the shadows.”

TV Ads Cite Immigration as Main Cause of Many of California’s, Nation’s Ills

California Group Wants Presidential Candidates To Address The Immigration Issue

Santa Barbara, CA - September 17, 2007
- An ad campaign recently launched on California television stations and the Internet by Californians for Population Stabilization (CAPS) attributes many of California's problems, including overcrowded schools, traffic gridlock and environmental destruction, to too many people as a result of mass immigration. CAPS suggests America's leaders lack the political courage to address the issue.

Illegal Aliens Estimated at 20 to 38 Million

Contact:
Diana Hull, President
Californians for Population Stabilization
(805) 564-6626
info@capsweb.org

Report by CAPS Disputes Government Figures

WASHINGTON, DC—Homeland Security's August 31 report that 8 to 12 million illegal aliens reside in the United States grossly underestimates the number of illegal foreigners, according to a new study by the Californians for Population Stabilization (CAPS) released on Wednesday, October 3.

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