Thursday May 13, 2021
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BY Molly Glasgow | Minneapolis, MN | 8/16/10
This was written by one of five people arrested at the Move the Game protest in Minneapolis on August 11, 2010.
BY Brad Sigal | Minneapolis, MN | 8/12/10
Chanting “Move the game, Move the game!”, 100 immigrants and supporters confronted a meeting of Major League Baseball (MLB) team owners and Commissioner Bud Selig at a ritzy Minneapolis hotel on August 11, 2010.
BY Brad Sigal | Saint Paul, MN | 7/31/10
On the day Arizona’s anti-immigrant law SB1070 took effect, 250 people rallied against it at the State Capitol in St. Paul, MN in one of dozens of protests around the country.
BY Grace Kelley | Phoenix, AZ | 7/30/10
Over 500 activists and community members gathered here on the morning of July 29 to protest SB1070 on the day the law was going into effect.
BY Charla Schlueter | Phoenix, AZ | 7/27/10
Tensions build as July 29 nears – the date set for the racist law SB1070 to go into effect. Under this law police officers will have the power to demand immigration papers from any person who they stop.
BY Chris Manor | Salt Lake City, UT | 6/17/10
Taylorsville Park became the site of heated exchange between the right-wing Patrick Henry Caucus picnic and a wide coalition of progressive organizations protesting them, June 4.
BY staff | Minneapolis, MN | 6/17/10
One June 14, about 30 immigrants and immigrant rights supporters picketed outside of Jimmy Johns sandwich shop at Block E in downtown Minneapolis. Jimmy Johns is one of the companies targeted in the national boycott against Arizona in response to SB1070, the racist anti-immigrant law Arizona passed in April.
BY James Jordan | Tucson, AZ | 5/18/10
Arizona has seen an explosion of Chicano and Mexicano led student resistance to racist laws and in defense of the right to a quality education. Nowhere is this more evident than in the city of Tucson, which is singled out for attack by racist elements of state government.
BY Brad Sigal | Saint Paul, MN | 5/07/10
On May 6, Rep. Steve Drazkowski (R-Wabasha) introduced a bill in the Minnesota House of Representatives that would bring Arizona's new racist anti-immigrant law SB 1070 to Minnesota.
BY James Jordan | Tucson, AZ | 5/01/10
Around 15,000 people took to the streets here May 1 to celebrate May Day and to demand an end to racist anti-immigrant attacks at all levels of government, including an end to the hated SB1070 (the harshest anti-immigrant law in the nation), an end to border militarization and in support of immigration reform that is humanitarian rather than punitive.
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