Arizona Laws on Immigration

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Stand with Arizona By Marching in New York

Thursday, July 29, 2010 - 9:30am - 12:30pm

Children affected by detention and deportation

 Children expressing their feelings about deportation in t-shirts designed by a child whose father was deported.

March from Brooklyn to Mahanttan via the Brooklyn Bridge in opposition of Arizona's new immigration law. Marchers will also demand humane immigration policy that upholds family unity, due process and fairness for all immigrants. See flyers for more details.


Immigration Detention and Deportation Separate Families and Leave Children Behind.

AFSC Lauds Obama Administration on Arizona Law

Urges federal officials to take legislative action for humane immigration policy

Denver, CO (July 9th, 2010)-- The American Friends Service Committee (AFSC) applauds the Obama administration for its decisive challenge to Arizona’s so-called immigration-reform racial profiling law, known as SB 1070.

Call for Arizona-style immigration law raises fears in Florida

Miami's NPR station reports that calls for an Arizona-style law in Florida is raising fears. But AFSC's Herman Martinez vows action. Click here to hear more.

Worrall on the Arizona Law

[Michael Worrall is a member of Coloradoans for Immigrant Rights Letter to the Editor Ladder. (CFIR is a project of AFSC in Colorado.) His recent Letter to The Editor was published in the Denver Post!  Want to see YOUR name in Print? To join our Letter Writing Ladder, just email Jordan Garcia at or call 303.623.3464!]

AFSC Opposes Arizona Anti-Immigrant Law

sb1070 press conference

Press conference AFSC organized with our partners

Press conference AFSC organized with our partners to protest the Arizona bill and law enforcement action.

On June 4, 2010, American Friends Service Committee signed on to an amicus brief to stop the implementation of Arizona's anti-immigration law.

Flora on immigration

Speaking out against Obama’s call for 1200 troops to the border and $500 million new funding. Watch the video.

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