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Laurene Powell Jobs on mission to pass Dream Act

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Laurene Powell Jobs is speaking publicly for the first time since her husband Steve Jobs’ death to advocate for young undocumented immigrants. Powell Jobs and filmmaker Davis Guggenheim recently teamed up to promote immigration reform through the film, “The Dream is Now.” Rock Center Anchor Brian Williams’ full report airs Friday, April 12 at 10pm/9CDT on NBC. The documentary, “The Dream is Now,” airs Sunday, April 14 at 4pm EST on MSNBC.