http://westernarkansas.cox.net/cci/newsnational/national?_mode=view&_state=maximized&view=article&id=D8HAGV701 Now that immigrants have grabbed the nation's attention, what next? Monday has been set aside for immigrants to boycott work, school and shopping to show how much they matter to their communities. But with some growing tired of street protests, and others afraid they'll be deported or fired for walking out, people are planning to support the effort in myriad ways. Some will work but buy nothing on Monday. Others will protest at lunch breaks or at rallies after work. There will be church services, candlelight vigils, picnics and human chains. The range of activities shows both how powerful the immigrants' rights movement has become in a matter of weeks, and that organizers don't yet have a clear focus on its next step. ______________________________________________ Most work places that have high numbers of aliens in their workforce will be closed on Monday. These people who are protesting are free to do what they want as long as it is in a law abiding manner. If it were naturalized American citizens protesting against illegal immigration , I wonder if they might recieve the same consideration. It just seems to me that these hispanic protestors recieve a lot of special attention to their cause while many underprivileged citizens of this country are ignored.