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We The People Rising

Date: March 19, 2016
For Immediate Release: Contact 909.749.1382

Unite IE Conservative Conference
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Riverside, CA
Concerned citizens from the Inland Empire region and throughout Southern California connected with conservative grassroots groups at the annual Unite IE Conservative Conference, cosponsored by talk radio 590 The Answer. The conference theme this year, “What Difference Does It Make.”

Leaders of the conservative movement spoke at the conference, and included: Larry Elder, Bill Whittle, Evan Sayet, Trevor Loudon, and The Politichicks.

The conference was held at the Fox Performing Arts Center.

The Remembrance Project a nationwide nonprofit – founded by Maria Espinoza of Houston, TX – joined keynote speaker Texas Congressman Louis Gohmert onstage and displayed the Stolen Lives Quilt banners:  a visual memorial dedicated to slain Americans, who would otherwise still be alive and with their families, if only current immigration laws were enforced. The California State Coordinator Robin Hvidston said, “These victims are permanently separated from their families through no fault of their own.”

Sabine Durdin, the mother of beloved Riverside County Sheriff Dispatcher Dominic Durden, led the procession of the Stolen Lives Quilt banners and staged beside Congressman Louis Gohmert.

Dominic, Sabine’s only child, was killed by a driver illegally in  country who was on probation for grand theft auto and armed robbery as well as 2 DUIs.

The Remembrance Project educates, raises awareness, and conducts outreach in order to support and protect Americans and their families’ well-being and safety.

The all-day event featured speakers from the faith community such as Alfonzo Rachel. The complete list of speakers can be viewed at the link below.

For more information, visit the Unite IE social media sites.



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