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BY staff | Chicago, IL | 11/30/18
Father Jose Sigfredo Landaverde from the Mission Faith, Life and Hope is undertaking a hunger strike, as of November 30, in solidarity with the mothers of the migrant exodus.
BY Jim Byrne | Tucson, AZ | 11/28/18
On November 27, in response to the U.S. government’s brutal use of rubber bullets and tear gas on demonstrators in Tijuana, three actions of solidarity took place in Tucson.
BY Frank Lynch | San Ysidro, CA | 11/26/18
U.S. Border Patrol agents fired tear gas and rubber bullets into Mexico in response to a march organized by refugees, including many women and children, seeking asylum.
BY staff | Minneapolis, MN | 11/24/18
As national attention has focused on the caravan of Central American refugees winding its way through Mexico towards the U.S.-Mexico border, immigrants and their allies in Minnesota will rally in support of the caravan on Friday, November 30.
BY Jim Byrne | Tucson, AZ | 11/22/18
On November 13 around 50 people gathered in front of the Federal Building in downtown Tucson to demand that President Trump remove over 5000 troops deployed to the border.
BY Elizabeth Kramer | Tampa, FL | 11/22/18
On November 20, students held a rally at the University of South Florida (USF) calling for increased protections for immigrant students.
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BY Brad Sigal | Minneapolis, MN | 11/07/18
More than 50 people gathered November 5 at rush hour to protest on the Lake Street/Marshall Avenue bridge, a major artery that connects Minneapolis and Saint Paul, to protest President Trump’s relentless racist attacks on the caravan of refugees heading north.
BY William Blake | Tampa, FL | 11/07/18
The Tampa Bay chapter of Students for a Democratic Society held a rally on the campus of University of South Florida, November 5 to demand that the school administrators not comply with federal agencies’ attempts to attack immigrants.
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BY Sol Marquez | Los Angeles, CA | 11/05/18
On October 26, as the caravan of refugees from Central America traveled through Mexico, they were welcomed with food, festivity, aid, and clothing. As Chicanos, we must do the same when the caravan arrives at U.S. border.
BY Michael Sampson | Jacksonville, FL | 11/02/18
It is important for Black people here to show solidarity with the Central American caravan and support caravan members’ demands and rights for a better life.
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