On Saturday April 5, 2014, at 11 a.m. at Civic Center Park in Denver, immigration rights activists rallied to oppose deportations. Jordan Garcia, American Friends Service Committee (AFSC) immigrant ally organizing director stated, "It’s time to stop the practice of tearing apart families and instead uphold the universal value of honoring strong bonds between loved ones. President Obama can and should act immediately to halt deportations.
This year to celebrate Mother’s Day, help keep one mother with her children, including a US citizen minor son.
· Keep Orfilia’s Family Together; stop her imminent deportation · Support victims of a recent ICE raid in Greensboro, terrorizing at least 40 families · Stand together against Secure Communities and other programs harming our immigrant neighbors
Tuesday, May 15 6:30-8pm Our Lady of Grace Catholic Church 2205 W. Market St. Greensboro, NC 27403
Jennifer Piper on Children and Deportation on KGNU
Jennifer Piper, Interfaith Organizing Director for AFSC's Immigrants Rights Program in Denver, and Judith Marquez of Rights for All People, join host Claudia Cragg in discussing "The Children of Deportation" on KGNU radio. The show begins with two young people describing their situation.
The American Friends Service Committee is disturbed with the Administration’s announced resumption of arrests and deportations to Haiti of Haitian nationals with prior criminal convictions. We ask that this policy be immediately suspended and that available alternatives such as parole or community supervision be enacted instead.
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