04.10.2006

National Day of Action for Immigrant Rights on April 10th Rally at City Hall, Monday April 10th, from 3 to 7 pm

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Date/Time: 10/04/2006 12:00 am


Around NYC groups are organizing and mobilizing for the National Day of Action for Immigrant Rights on April 10th. This is a call for ALL immigrant groups to turn out for the Rally at City Hall, Monday April 10th, from 3 to 7 pm
TRAINS: R,W TO CITY HALL/BROADWAY; J,M,Z,5,6 TO BROOKLYN BRIDGE/CITY HALL; A,E,2 TO PARK PLACE/BROADWAY
Join thousands of immigrants and activists in 30 cities across America in a massive coordinated rally to stop the U.S. Senate from passing an appalling anti-immigrant bill that would destroy the fabric of our country and the hopes of immigrant families seeking a better life. We will come together across the
nation to:
• Stop anti-immigrant House resolution 4437
• Bring an end to all attacks against immigrants and the unwarranted criminalization of immigrant communities
• Demand real immigration reform that includes a true path to citizenship, worker and family protections and full rights for immigrants
Join us in wearing a white shirt as a sign of peaceful protest!
This rally is organized by the A-10 NYC Mobilization Network for Immigrant Rights — which includes the following community, religious and immigrant rights’ groups and labor unions:
Participating groups:
1199 SEIU Peace & Justice Committee, 1199 SEIU United Healthcare Workers East, 32BJ SEIU, 5 Boros, AAFE, Action Wed, Adriano Espaillat (Assemblyman), AFL-CIO, African Services Committee, AFSC, AILA, Alianza Dominicana, Andre Lorde Project, Answer, APALA, Asian American for Equality, Asociación Comunitaria La Aurora, Asociación Egresados UASD, Asociación Mexicana Harlem, Asociacion Mexicana East Harlem, Asociación Tepeyac, Bronx Puebla, CAAAV Organizing Asian Communities, Catholic Charities, Centro Comunitario, Centro Hispano Cuzcatlan, Chicano Caucus of Columbia University, Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association, Chinese Progressive Association, CIR, Circulo Bolivariano Alberto Lovera, CIRT NYCPP, CISPES, CODA, Committees of Correspondence, CSEA, D.W.U., Damayan Migrant Workers Association, DC 37 Local 1549, DC 37, Domestic Workers United, Drum, DWDC, El Centro de Hospitalidad, El Puente, Emergency Broadcast Artist, Empire State Pride Agenda, Eyeopeners, Families for Freedom, Freedom Socialist Party, Fuerza
de la Revolucion, Hispanic Federation, ICA, Iglesia San Romero, Immigrant Communities in Action, International Immigration Foundation, Internationalist Socialist, ISO /CCNY, JFREJ, Jobs With Justice, Jose Peralta (Assemblyman), Jose Serrano (Congressman), LAIC, Latinos 4 Progress, LCCANYCOSH
Workplace Project, LFCS, LIUNA Local 78, LIUNA. Local 108, Local 100, Local 6, Local 79, MAIZE, Make the Road by Walking, Maria Murillo (District Leader Washington Heights), Mex ED, Miguel Martinez (Councilman), Mothers on the Move, MRBM, NICE, NJ Civil Rights Committee, NJ Immigration Policy Network, Nodutdol, Northern Manhattan for Change Democrats, NWBCCC, NY
Labor Religious Coalition, NYCCU, NYCPP, NYIC, NYS Communist Party, OCA – NY, Pakistan Freedom Forum, People for the Americas, People Videos, People’s Weekly World, Philippine Forum Justice for Immigrants, Puebla Sur del Bronx, Revolutionary Communist Party NYC Branch, RWDSU, UFCW, Scott Stringer, Manhattan Borough President, Socialist Action, The New York Immigrant Coalition, U.S. Labor Against the War, Unite Here, United for Peace and Justice, United Haitian Association of USA Inc., United Methodist Church, WEP-Christian LES, World Can’t Wait, YKASEL.

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