Thursday, June 28, 2018

Saturday in Tucson: National Day of Action to Resist Trump's Racist Immigration Agenda

This Saturday, people across the country are rising up to protest Trump's criminalization and mass incarceration of immigrant families. RSVP now to attend the event in Tucson.
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The Trump administration's racist and inhumane treatment of immigrants is immoral and unacceptable. On June 30, people all over the country are fighting back. 
Here are the details:
What: Families Belong Together event
When: Saturday, June 30, 2018 at 9 - 11 a.m. (local time)
Where: Armory Park, Tucson, AZ
Note: Please wear white to show you stand in solidarity with immigrants.
Massive public pressure forced Donald Trump to address his cruel family separation policy last week, but his latest executive order has created another crisis. Instead of stopping DHS from ripping children from their families, Trump's new directive gives DHS the power to detain children and parents in family prisons indefinitely.1 Exchanging one humanitarian crisis for another is not a solution. We must keep up the fight to protect our immigrant family members, friends and neighbors from these vile attacks.

CREDO is joining MoveOn, National Domestic Workers Alliance and other progressive allies to protest these egregious violations of immigrants' civil rights and demand that the Trump administration stop criminalizing, locking up and separating immigrant families. There are more than 500 events happening on Saturday – it is a crucial moment for us all to speak out.

- Nicole Regalado, CREDO Action
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  1. Mark Joseph Stern, "Trump Fixed Nothing Today," Slate, June 20, 2018.

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