Set for 9 a.m. to noon at Bateman Hall, 11330 Bullis Road, the event is also to be sponsored by the city of Lynwood, United Service Workers West and the office of Assemblyman Anthony Rendon, among other organizations.
“Our nation’s broken immigration system keeps our friends and neighbors, students and parishioners, brothers and sisters in the shadow," Hahn wrote to Patch in an email.
"We have cast a pall of fear and uncertainty over their lives. Unless we activate our networks, unless we spread our reach and our message across the country to touch new hearts and minds, a comprehensive immigration reform will fail.
"But we are on the right side of history" Hahn continued.
"We know our shared humanity, our shared history, and our shared faith tells us to do the right thing on immigration.
"And while the national debate for comprehensive immigration reform continues, I remain committed to working with President Obama and my colleagues in Congress to pass a fair and inclusive immigration reform bill that includes a pathway to American citizenship for the 11 million undocumented immigrants in this country who deserve a chance at the American Dream."