[act-ma] 11/20 Planning Meeting for Resist Deportations! Save TPS! - Mobilize 12/2

Charlie Welch cwelch at tecschange.org
Mon Nov 20 06:13:48 PST 2017


Planning meeting:

*Monday, November 20, 7:00 PM*

*Encuentro 5*

9A Hamilton Place, Boston

(Park Street T stop) All are invited

for

*Resist Deportations! Save TPS!*

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*Mobilize Saturday, December 2 *

*Jail Joe Arpaio -- Not Migrants! Resist Fascism!***

*Rally: noon, *steps across from the*Massachusetts Statehouse
March *to the***JFK**Federal Building*

Planning meeting:

*Monday, November 20, 7:00 PM*

*Encuentro 5*

9A Hamilton Place, Boston

(Park Street T stop) All are invited

**

The U.S. Government is leading a generalized assault on our lives, 
rights, and living conditions. In yet another attack, the Trump 
administration has now terminated the Temporary Protected Status (TPS) 
program for 2,500 Nicaraguans living in the U.S. Similar decisions are 
anticipated from the White House for the 57,000 Hondurans, almost 
200,000 Salvadorans, and 50,000 Haitians who are also living in the US 
under TPS. These attacks are coming down in an effort to terrorize 
working people and normalize these police state tactics so they can be 
used against the rest of us.

Local law enforcement, the FBI, and ICE collaborate to mass surveil, 
interrogate, stigmatize, blackmail, infiltrate, and detain Muslims, 
migrants, and oppressed nationalities who are then fed into the prison 
industrial complex. Even in "Sanctuary cities", migrants who have 
previous nonviolent convictions, traffic violations, or who are placed 
under suspicion for lawful activity, have been picked up by ICE to be 
deported. Upon scapegoating these vulnerable populations, this police 
repression is increasingly carried out against working people and youth 
as a whole.

The powers in Washington have no solutions that benefit us as working 
people. Our only choice is to build a fighting movement. An injury to 
one is an injury to all!

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