Monday, November 16, 2009

Action Alert: Help fight Racial Profiling in Arizona


Sisters and Brothers in Arizona Become Victims of Racial Profiling Inspite of the fact that it is Unconstitutional. County- wide Racial Profiling in Arizona. This could be happening in your neighborhood in New York State.


County Wide Racial Profiling Raid Scheduled for Tonight in Arizona.

 In spite of the fact that the following is unconstitutional, this could be happening in your backyard.

Please contact elected officials to protest Sheriff Arpaio's continued actions.


In spite of losing his 287g program, the Sheriff is launching a two day long county-wide crime suppression/illegal immigration operation will begin tonight at 5PM. 200 volunteer posse, reserves and deputies will participate.  Posse helicopters will "visually assist ground crews."


Friends in AZ and around the country:  Please contact your members of congress, Secretary Napolitano and President Obama and let them know how strongly you object to immigration enforcement through neighborhood purges.


Arpaio's actions are being replicated across the country


We must have a moratorium on local law enforcement's sweeps and purges.  No more terrorizing communities.  No more tearing apart families and leaving frightened children to fend for themselves.  It must end now.


Find your members of congress here: www.votesmart.org/
Capitol Switchboard: (202)224-3121
Secretary Napolitano Comment Line: 202-282-8495)
President Obama: 202-456-1111 http://www.whitehouse.gov/CONTACT/


Let them know that we need their help to stop Arpaio's efforts to make Maricopa County a
"Constitution Free Zone."  His actions cannot continue to go unchecked. 
Victims are urged to call 1-877-977-8869.


Join us in sunny Arizona in January!


On Saturday January 16th, 2010, our friends at Puente and the National Day Laborers Organizing Network are encouraging all advocates for Comprehensive Immigration Reform to come to Phoenix and take a stand against the 287(g) and in support of workable solutions to the immigration issue

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