Thursday July 19, 2018
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BY Michela Martinazzi | New York, NY | 6/30/18
Thousands gathered in Foley Square, a plaza flanked by several federal buildings, including the immigration detention office, in downtown Manhattan June 30 to protest unjust immigration policy.
BY staff | Chicago, IL | 6/30/18
About 50,000 people rallied and marched in Chicago’s Loop, June 30, to protest the Trump administration for separating kids from parents at the U.S.-Mexico border.
BY staff | Tucson, Arizona | 6/30/18
More than 2000 people joined a protest here, June 30 to oppose the Trump administrations attacks on immigrants.
BY Staff | Tucson, Arizona | 6/30/18
More than 2000 people joined a protest here, June 30 to oppose the Trump administrations attacks on immigrants.
BY Legalization For All (L4A) | United States | 6/30/18
Across the country outrage grew at the Trump administration’s policy of forced removal of children from their families. Photos of toddlers sobbing while their parent is being arrested at the border.
BY staff | Milwaukee, WI | 6/29/18
On June 28 local Milwaukee organizations mobilized hundreds of community members calling for the reunification of immigrant children with their families, and for the immediate resignation of Anselmo Villarreal from his current position as board member of the Southwest Key Programs.
BY staff | Minneapolis, MN | 6/29/18
Before the city council meeting, they gathered outside of City Hall to demand immediate action to implement a Municipal ID for Minneapolis residents - one of 13 points in their Minneapolis Sanctuary Platform unveiled on Sept. 20, 2017.
BY Staff | Grand Rapids, MI | 6/28/18
Over 200 protesters jammed the Kent County Board of Commissioners meeting and shut it down on June 28. The room was packed with polite but determined people, overflowing into the hallway. The protesters held homemade signs, "ICE out of Kent County" and "Stop separating families!"
BY Jim Byrne | Tucson, AZ | 6/28/18
Nearly 100 Tucsonans lined up at the Federal Court House, June 27, to demonstrate their anger at the Supreme Court ruling upholding Trump’s Muslim ban. Many brought signs saying “No ban, no wall!” and “Muslims are welcome here!”
BY staff | Venezuela | 6/28/18
Fight Back! is circulating an essay by Elías Jaua, the People's Power Minister for Education of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, on the current crisis on the U.S.-Mexico border caused by the Trump administration's ‘zero-tolerance’ policy towards migrating families. The article was posted in Spanish and translated to English by Fight Back! staff.
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