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Love Knows No Borders

Project Valentine a Success in Colorado

On February 1, 2010, over 120 hundred people gathered at the Aurora Detention Center to make their voices heard.  The February monthly vigil was planned by Coloradans For Immigrant Rights, a project of AFSC.

Colorado Valentine's Day action

Coloradoans deliver Valentines to immigrants in detention

A volunteer with Coloradoans for Immigrant Rights, an AFSC project, shows two of 400 Valentines delivered to immigrants held at a detention center in Aurora, Colorado.

Advocates Mark One Year of Witness, Resistance at GEO Detention Center

On May 3, 2010, about 250 immigrant rights advocates marked their first year of witness at the GEO Detention Center for immigrants in Aurora, Colorado. Participating groups included the American Friends Service Committee, Romero Theater Troupe,  Interfaith Alliance of Colorado, Comunidad Liberación/Liberation Community, 10:30 Catholic Community and faith communities and allies from across Denver, Aurora, and Fort Collins.

Romero Troupe

Members of the Romero Troupe dramatize the desensitizing which leads to discrimination against and oppression of immigrants.

AFSC, Grupos de Inmigrantes y de Religiosas Denuncian la Propuesta de Ley de Arizona

For Immediate Release: Monday, April 19, 2010
Contact: Jennifer Piper, , 720-301-185 

Demanda a Presidente Obama: Deja de Separar Nuestras Familias y Comunidades

Jennifer Piper 4-19-10

Jennifer Piper addresses press conference.

Jennifer Piper of AFSC addresses a press conference.

Eva at May day rally

eva at rally

Eva addresses crowd in Manchester, NH.

Coloradoans Decry Arizona Action

The American Friends Service Committee, Faith and Immigrant Rights Groups to Decry Arizona Bill and Draconian ICE Action

Say to President Obama Stop Separating Our Families

Colorado Press conference 4-19-10

Coloradoans support immigrant rights

Supporters of immigrant rights gather at a Denver press conference on April 19, 2010 to decry Arizona legislation.


Participants in an AFSC immigration simulation.

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