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“We were pretty poor back in Mexico. My parents were divorced. Mom did the best she could. She was always a hustler. She’d sell jewelry, or food, or anything that she could. But a lot of nights there still wouldn’t be enough to eat. We’d survive on tortillas and salt. I was only eight when we came to America. So I was too young to understand. I think my mom thought she could make some money and bring us home. She thought she’d learn English, and maybe start a business. But it was so much harder than she expected. We moved so much looking for work. She’s fifty and she still cleans houses every day. Every year she gets more worn down. She’s been getting sick a lot lately. But she can’t afford to stop. She never will. Right now I’m in school. I always thought I had to be the best student because I’m undocumented. I thought I’d go to law school, or graduate school. But now I’m not so sure. My mom would literally destroy her body to make that happen for me. How could I allow that to happen? I’m a Dreamer. And everyone loves the Dreamers because we’re a perfect package to sell. But why am I the only one who gets the chance to feel safe? Whenever I hear ‘I stand with Dreamers,’ I always think about my mom. I’m not willing to throw her under the bus. I'm not willing to be a bargaining chip to make her seem like a criminal. Everything people admire about Dreamers is because of our parents.”

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Help renewing your DACA this Saturday and next Saturday in Winston-Salem.

Saturday, September 23, 12pm to 6pm @ Milton Rhodes
Art Center (upstairs) | 251 Spruce Street N, Winston
Salem, NC 27101

Saturday, September 30, 11am to 1pm @ El Buen Pastor
4367 Tim Road, Winston Salem, NC 27106

More information below!

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Ayuda para renover DACA en Winston Salem este Sabado y el proximo Sabado.

23 de Septiembre, de 12pm a 6pm @ Milton Rhodes Art Center (arriba)

!Mas informacion abajo!

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Are you a DACA recipient? Is your DACA expiration
date on or before March 5, 2017? If YES to both, you
must file a DACA renewal application before October 5,
2017.
The DACA Home Project will help you file your
renewal application at the following workshops:
Saturday, September 23, 12pm to 6pm @ Milton Rhodes
Art Center (upstairs) | 251 Spruce Street N, Winston
Salem, NC 27101
Saturday, September 30, 11am to 1pm @ El Buen Pastor
4367 Tim Road, Winston Salem, NC 27106
Please bring with you: copies of your last application,
work authorization, identification (social security card
AND passport photo).
Be prepared to talk about: any criminal convictions and
your trips outside the US since receiving DACA status.
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¿Eres beneficiario de DACA? ¿Está su DACA programada a expirar en o antes del
5 de Marzo de 2018? Si su respuesta es positiva para ambas preguntas, entonces
debe de renovar su aplicación antes del 5 de Octubre, 2017.
El DACA Home Project le ayudará con los trámites para renovar su permiso de DACA en los próximos talleres:
Sabado, 23 de Septiembre, de 12pm a 6pm @ Milton Rhodes Art Center (arriba)
251 Spruce Street N, Winston Salem, NC 27101
Sabado, 30 de Septiembre, de 11am a 1pm @ El Buen Pastor | 4367 Tim Road,
Winston Salem, NC 27106
Por favor traiga lo proximo: copias de su ultima aplicación, permiso de trabajo,
identificación (Tarjeta de seguro social y su pasaporte de identidad)
Este listo para hablar acerca de: Si tiene un record criminal y si ha viajado fuera
de los E.U. desde que recibió su estado de DACA.

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If you have any
questions, please
contact // Si tiene
alguna pregunta, por
favor comuniquese
con:
Jason Wilkinson
email // correo: Jason@
hispanicleague.org
Phone: (336) 770 - 1228
or
Odette Sanchez
email // correo: odette@
elbuenpastorlcs.org
phone: (336) 924 - 0401
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Tuesday Action: The decision to end DACA means The Leadership Conference and many other groups are fighting back, and we invite you to join us for a national strategy call on September 19 at 6:00 p.m. ET to learn about the Dream Act, why it’s important, and how you can take action. RSVP here: bit.ly/sep19rsvp
President Trump’s decision to rescind DACA does a grave injustice to hundreds of thousands of young immigrants. The time is now to fight back to protect the values of fairness and inclusion in our society, for immigrants and for all who live in our country.
We must unite with our brothers and sisters in support of Dreamers.
Join us for a national conference call to hear about strategy and efforts to help Dreamers by fighting the Trump administration’s attack on DACA!
YOU ARE INVITED!
National Call to Support the Dream Act
Tuesday, September 19
6:00 p.m. ET – 7:00 p.m. ET
Click bit.ly/sep19rsvp to RSVP your participation.
Join us for this important conversation to learn how you can help protect the lives of 800,000 Dreamers.

For more info on this NC WEEK OF ACTION, see bit.ly/NCSep18to22 & please share widely.

#HereToStayNC #AquiNosQuedamosNC
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NC Week of Action - Pass the DREAM Act & Protect All Immigrants

September 18, 2017, 11:00am - September 22, 2017, 3:00pm

North Carolinians will join a national week of action with a civil rights theme in order to win the DREAM Act in Congress and protect all immigrant communities. We are working in coordination with The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights, the Immigration Hub, the Dream campaign, United We Dream, FWD.us, NILC and the Center for American Progress. Monday's Action (Sep 18) - Invite your friends to this event using the hashtags #HereToStayNC & #AquiNosQuedamosNC. Tell your friends in words and images why this issue is important to you in North Carolina. Tuesday's Action (Sep 19) - Join the National Call to Support the Dream Act 6 p.m. ET. RSVP at bit.ly/sep19rsvp for dial-in information. Get more info at bit.ly/CivRtsCallSep19 - Circulate the call invitation widely. Wednesday's Action (Sep 20) - Twitter Storm – 3:00-4:00 p.m. ET. Either share your own resources or the national sample materials, which are available here: bit.ly/PassDreamAct Keep pushing calls into congressional offices telling members to support and pass the Dream Act without amendment. Use social media with #HereToStayNC and #AquiNosQuedamosNC to drive calls and twitter storm participation. Call offices toll-free using 1-888-908-6307. Thursday's Action (Sep 21) - Push calls into congressional offices to pass the Dream Act with no amendments! Send alerts, coordinate with community partners, and use social media to drive in calls. Call offices toll-free: 1-888-908-6307. Friday's Action (Sep 22) - Find 5 people in North Carolina who will call Congress with you using the instructions above from Sep 21. If you would like to be more involved in leading #HereToStayNC, we welcome you-- just let us know.

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WATCH: Pro-immigration protesters interrupt a Nancy Pelosi news conference over her negotiations with President Trump to protect some undocumented immigrants in the U.S. Read more: nbcnews.to/2jGyFpU

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To the folks who disagree with the tactic of these immigrant activists who are challenging Pelosi and the Democrats in general, remember that the Obama administration deported more immigrants than any other admin in history and often only acted on immigration rights, with the rest of congress, when DREAMers and immigrants came together and were relentless organizing on the streets and elsewhere.

That's not to say what Trump is doing isn't racist and outrageous, cause it is, but it's a reminder that we can do better.

As these activists remind us, we must play offense as much as we play defense and remember it is necessary to not only #DefendDACA but also ensure the permanent protection of 11 million immigrants, something Democratic leadership must be more vocal and serious about.

#NoHumanIsIllegal
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WATCH: Pro-immigration protesters interrupt a Nancy Pelosi news conference over her negotiations with President Trump to protect some undocumented immigrants in the U.S. Read more: nbcnews.to/2jGyFpU

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Hundreds of Berkeley High Students walked out of their classrooms Friday to create a massive human chain to support their undocumented classmates and DACA. nbcbay.com/RjzVGYR

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Sign-making party tonight!

Bring your best slogans and ideas.
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Sign-Making Party for Sanctuary March

September 17, 2017, 7:00pm - September 17, 2017, 8:00pm

In preparation for our procession for immigrations on September 28 March, A Call to Action: Procession for Immigrants, we will be having a sign-making party. Come hang out, brainstorm some chants, and bring out your inner artist.

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Come out and get your hands dirty. We're making signs in preparation for A Call to Action: Procession for Immigrants on September 28. ...

Sign-Making Party for Sanctuary March

September 17, 2017, 7:00pm - September 17, 2017, 8:00pm

In preparation for our procession for immigrations on September 28 March, A Call to Action: Procession for Immigrants, we will be having a sign-making party. Come hang out, brainstorm some chants, and bring out your inner artist.

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In preparation for our procession for immigrations on September 28 March, A Call to Action: Procession for Immigrants, we will be having a sign-making party.

Come hang out, brainstorm some chants, and bring out your inner artist.
...

Sign-Making Party for Sanctuary March

September 17, 2017, 7:00pm - September 17, 2017, 8:00pm

In preparation for our procession for immigrations on September 28 March, A Call to Action: Procession for Immigrants, we will be having a sign-making party. Come hang out, brainstorm some chants, and bring out your inner artist.

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Sanctuary City Coalition Winston-Salem shared Florida Immigrant Coalition's photo. ...

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The Sanctuary City Coalition will be meeting on Thursday Sept. 14th at 7:30pm to plan for our upcoming march and rally on Sept 28th.

This meeting will focus on planning for the Procession for Immigrants event and delegating roles so we may pull off our event successfully and efficiently.

Come on out and enjoy discussions and building a great event. There will be pizza!

The location is 2596 Reynolda Rd, Winston Salem. The parking lot is off Polo Rd. If you are traveling North on Reynolda Road take a left on to Polo Rd and take a left into the first parking lot. We will have signs and people to direct folks to parking until 7:45pm.
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Rally and March Planning Meeting *Important*

September 14, 2017, 7:30pm - September 14, 2017, 8:30pm

The Sanctuary City Coalition will be meeting on Thursday Sept. 14th at 7:30pm to plan for our upcoming march and rally on Sept 28th. This meeting will focus on planning for the Procession for Immigrants event and delegating roles so we may pull off our event successfully and efficiently. Come on out and enjoy discussions and building a great event. There will be pizza! The location is 2596 Reynolda Rd, Winston Salem. The parking lot is off Polo Rd. If you are traveling North on Reynolda Road take a left on to Polo Rd and take a left into the first parking lot. We will have signs and people to direct folks to parking until 7:45pm.

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Archived Snapshot: 2017-03-30

Sanctuary City Coalition Winston-Salem

Sanctuary City Coalition Winston-Salem

Every city should. …

Seattle Sues Trump Administration Over 'Sanctuary City' Threat

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Sanctuary City Coalition Winston-Salem

Sanctuary City Coalition Winston-Salem

Starts at 26:50 …

Auschwitz Survivor Confronts ICE Director: 'History Is Not On Your Side'

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CP Tew

CP Tew

The latest from Jordan Green at Triad City Beat… …

Debate over 'welcoming city' gets heated | The NC Triad's altweekly

triad-city-beat.com

Sanctuary City Coalition Winston-Salem

Sanctuary City Coalition Winston-Salem

Asked if he was concerned his city's inclusion in the ICE report, Hollar responded: "I'm concerned we have an administration that doesn't seem to be following the rules of law." …

ICE lists Montpelier as uncooperative city

burlingtonfreepress.com

Sanctuary City Coalition Winston-Salem

Sanctuary City Coalition Winston-Salem

But Torres' daughter, Carmen Torres, told the local news site that she was perplexed why agents would target their home, as no one there is undocumented. She also said her father doesn't own a gun.

"It's a lie when they say he was holding a gun," Torres said, speaking outside her home. "They shot my dad. They shot him, and I don't know why." …

ICE agents shoot Chicago man, acknowledge it was the wrong person

nydailynews.com

Charles Rutledge

Charles Rutledge

I've been posting about this way before those illegal immigrants raped that girl! …

Charles Rutledge

Charles Rutledge

Charles Rutledge

Charles Rutledge

My community has been overrun with illegal immigrants from El Salvador Honduras Guatemala Nicaragua and Mexico! They have fast become the majority and are the preferred candidates for employment over indigenous African American citizens! Their children have overrun our school districts! Resources earmarked for my children's education are being diverted to accommodate illegal immigrants! Did I mention the RAGING GANG WAR they've brought with them? Smh üòí …

Charles Rutledge

Charles Rutledge

This is what illegal immigration, and sanctuary city policies bring to the community! …

Sanctuary City Coalition Winston-Salem

Sanctuary City Coalition Winston-Salem

Winston-Salem City Council Meeting – Public Comments on Welcoming City Resolution live link winston-salem.granicus.com/MediaPlayer.php?publish_id=29

Regular Meeting of the Winston-Salem City Council

winston-salem.granicus.com

Sanctuary City Coalition Winston-Salem

Sanctuary City Coalition Winston-Salem

CP Tew

CP Tew

Here's the council meeting that debated Besse's Welcoming City proposal, if anyone wants to rewatch it …

Community Development / Housing / General Government Committee March 2017

Community Development / Housing / General Government Committee March 2017

Sanctuary City Coalition Winston-Salem

Sanctuary City Coalition Winston-Salem

Sanctuary City Coalition Winston-Salem

Sanctuary City Coalition Winston-Salem

While on the campaign trail, Donald Trump called CNN's Erin Burnett for suggesting immigrants" pay taxes. But nationally, they contribute an estimated $11.64bn a year in just state and local taxes, with at least 50% of undocumented immigrant households filing tax returns, according to the non-partisan Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy. Vermont's undocumented people pay almost $4m a year in state and local taxes and, at 7.9% of income, contribute slightly more than the effective rate for the top 1% of Americans. …

My undocumented friend: Carlos does the work few in Vermont want to do

theguardian.com

Sanctuary City Coalition Winston-Salem

Sanctuary City Coalition Winston-Salem

Thanks to all the work the community has done showing up to City Hall since December, organizing different community events to fight back against the new administration and resist the racist, xenophobic, and unjust immigration policies, and collecting around 1,000 signatures and counting…. the moment has finally arrived for a vote on the Welcoming City Resolution which was proposed by Dan Besse after weeks of organizing and putting pressure on City Council to adopt such a resolution!

Y'all have shown time and time again that we are going to stand up, resist, and fight back and now we need to step up once again in this struggle and get as many folks to come out as possible next Monday to City Hall, the 27th, to stand in solidarity with the most marginalized in our community and show City Council that Winston-Salem believes in human rights, dignity, and compassion!

The new administration's threats towards the Latinx community, Muslims, immigrants, refugees, and countless others makes this moment extremely URGENT moving forward in taking steps to join with the over 37 other cities across the country standing firm in their resistance status despire the threats.This resolution may not go far enough compared to other cities who have taken a greater stand, but we must ensure this resolution passes as we continue to struggle forward and fight against xenophobic, racist, and unjust policies/rhetoric that are separating families, making millions live in fear, and ruining the lives of those in our community, state, and country.

As always, this is just one step of many towards building a more compassionate city built upon justice and dignity that protects the most marginalized and will resist at all costs.

This is an important step in the right direction as we continue to grow, build, resist, and fight together! See you soon!!! PLEASE SHARE WITH EVERYONE. If you absolutely can't make it, make sure to at least email/call your city council members and let them know where you stand!!! (even if you are coming to City Council, please email, write, and call as well!)

Solidarity.

#Not1More #NoBanNoWall #NoHumanIsIllegal …

March 27, 2017, 5:00pm – March 27, 2017, 8:30pm

Thanks to all the work the community has done showing up to City Hall since December, organizing different community events to fight back against the new administration and resist the racist, xenophobic, and unjust immigration policies, and collecting around 1,000 signatures and counting…. the moment has finally arrived for a vote on the Welcoming City Resolution which was proposed by Dan Besse after weeks of organizing and putting pressure on City Council to adopt such a resolution!

Y'all have shown time and time again that we are going to stand up, resist, and fight back and now we need to step up once again in this struggle and get as many folks to come out as possible next Monday to City Hall, the 27th, to stand in solidarity with the most marginalized in our community and show City Council that Winston-Salem believes in human rights, dignity, and compassion!

The new administration's threats towards the Latinx community, Muslims, immigrants, refugees, and countless others makes this moment extremely URGENT moving forward in taking steps to join with the over 37 other cities across the country standing firm in their resistance status despire the threats.This resolution may not go far enough compared to other cities who have taken a greater stand, but we must ensure this resolution passes as we continue to struggle forward and fight against xenophobic, racist, and unjust policies/rhetoric that are separating families, making millions live in fear, and ruining the lives of those in our community, state, and country.

As always, this is just one step of many towards building a more compassionate city built upon justice and dignity that protects the most marginalized and will resist at all costs.

This is an important step in the right direction as we continue to grow, build, resist, and fight together! See you soon!!! PLEASE SHARE WITH EVERYONE. If you absolutely can't make it, make sure to at least email/call your city council members and let them know where you stand!!! (even if you are coming to City Council, please email, write, and call as well!)

Solidarity.

Sanctuary City Coalition Winston-Salem

Sanctuary City Coalition Winston-Salem

Sanctuary City Coalition Winston-Salem shared CultureStrike 's post. …

CultureStrike

Sanctuary City Coalition Winston-Salem

Sanctuary City Coalition Winston-Salem

Will Cox

Will Cox

6 deplorable anti-immigration bills introduced into the NC General Assembly …

Sanctuary City Coalition Winston-Salem

Sanctuary City Coalition Winston-Salem

Udai Basavaraj

Udai Basavaraj

Robin Lynne

Robin Lynne

Sanctuary City Coalition Winston-Salem

Sanctuary City Coalition Winston-Salem

Sanctuary City Coalition Winston-Salem shared a post. …

Rob

Sanctuary City Coalition Winston-Salem

Sanctuary City Coalition Winston-Salem

Sanctuary City Coalition Winston-Salem shared a link. …

California Chief Justice Slams of Undocumented Immigrants at Courts

ww2.kqed.org

Charles Rutledge

Charles Rutledge

Charles Rutledge

Charles Rutledge

Archived Snapshot: 2017-03-29

CP Tew

CP Tew

The latest from Jordan Green at Triad City Beat… …

Debate over 'welcoming city' gets heated | The NC Triad's altweekly

triad-city-beat.com

Sanctuary City Coalition Winston-Salem

Sanctuary City Coalition Winston-Salem

Asked if he was concerned his city's inclusion in the ICE report, Hollar responded: "I'm concerned we have an administration that doesn't seem to be following the rules of law." …

ICE lists Montpelier as uncooperative city

burlingtonfreepress.com

Sanctuary City Coalition Winston-Salem

Sanctuary City Coalition Winston-Salem

But Torres' daughter, Carmen Torres, told the local news site that she was perplexed why agents would target their home, as no one there is undocumented. She also said her father doesn't own a gun.

"It's a lie when they say he was holding a gun," Torres said, speaking outside her home. "They shot my dad. They shot him, and I don't know why." …

ICE agents shoot Chicago man, acknowledge it was the wrong person

nydailynews.com

Charles Rutledge

Charles Rutledge

I've been posting about this way before those illegal immigrants raped that girl! …

Charles Rutledge

Charles Rutledge

Charles Rutledge

Charles Rutledge

My community has been overrun with illegal immigrants from El Salvador Honduras Guatemala Nicaragua and Mexico! They have fast become the majority and are the preferred candidates for employment over indigenous African American citizens! Their children have overrun our school districts! Resources earmarked for my children's education are being diverted to accommodate illegal immigrants! Did I mention the RAGING GANG WAR they've brought with them? Smh Ô£ø√º√≤í …

Charles Rutledge

Charles Rutledge

This is what illegal immigration, and sanctuary city policies bring to the community! …

Sanctuary City Coalition Winston-Salem

Sanctuary City Coalition Winston-Salem

Winston-Salem City Council Meeting – Public Comments on Welcoming City Resolution live link winston-salem.granicus.com/MediaPlayer.php?publish_id=29

Regular Meeting of the Winston-Salem City Council

winston-salem.granicus.com

Sanctuary City Coalition Winston-Salem

Sanctuary City Coalition Winston-Salem

CP Tew

CP Tew

Here's the council meeting that debated Besse's Welcoming City proposal, if anyone wants to rewatch it …

Community Development / Housing / General Government Committee March 2017

Community Development / Housing / General Government Committee March 2017

Sanctuary City Coalition Winston-Salem

Sanctuary City Coalition Winston-Salem

Sanctuary City Coalition Winston-Salem

Sanctuary City Coalition Winston-Salem

While on the campaign trail, Donald Trump called CNN's Erin Burnett for suggesting immigrants" pay taxes. But nationally, they contribute an estimated $11.64bn a year in just state and local taxes, with at least 50% of undocumented immigrant households filing tax returns, according to the non-partisan Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy. Vermont's undocumented people pay almost $4m a year in state and local taxes and, at 7.9% of income, contribute slightly more than the effective rate for the top 1% of Americans. …

My undocumented friend: Carlos does the work few in Vermont want to do

theguardian.com

Sanctuary City Coalition Winston-Salem

Sanctuary City Coalition Winston-Salem

Thanks to all the work the community has done showing up to City Hall since December, organizing different community events to fight back against the new administration and resist the racist, xenophobic, and unjust immigration policies, and collecting around 1,000 signatures and counting…. the moment has finally arrived for a vote on the Welcoming City Resolution which was proposed by Dan Besse after weeks of organizing and putting pressure on City Council to adopt such a resolution!

Y'all have shown time and time again that we are going to stand up, resist, and fight back and now we need to step up once again in this struggle and get as many folks to come out as possible next Monday to City Hall, the 27th, to stand in solidarity with the most marginalized in our community and show City Council that Winston-Salem believes in human rights, dignity, and compassion!

The new administration's threats towards the Latinx community, Muslims, immigrants, refugees, and countless others makes this moment extremely URGENT moving forward in taking steps to join with the over 37 other cities across the country standing firm in their resistance status despire the threats.This resolution may not go far enough compared to other cities who have taken a greater stand, but we must ensure this resolution passes as we continue to struggle forward and fight against xenophobic, racist, and unjust policies/rhetoric that are separating families, making millions live in fear, and ruining the lives of those in our community, state, and country.

As always, this is just one step of many towards building a more compassionate city built upon justice and dignity that protects the most marginalized and will resist at all costs.

This is an important step in the right direction as we continue to grow, build, resist, and fight together! See you soon!!! PLEASE SHARE WITH EVERYONE. If you absolutely can't make it, make sure to at least email/call your city council members and let them know where you stand!!! (even if you are coming to City Council, please email, write, and call as well!)

Solidarity.

#Not1More #NoBanNoWall #NoHumanIsIllegal …

March 27, 2017, 5:00pm – March 27, 2017, 8:30pm

Thanks to all the work the community has done showing up to City Hall since December, organizing different community events to fight back against the new administration and resist the racist, xenophobic, and unjust immigration policies, and collecting around 1,000 signatures and counting…. the moment has finally arrived for a vote on the Welcoming City Resolution which was proposed by Dan Besse after weeks of organizing and putting pressure on City Council to adopt such a resolution!

Y'all have shown time and time again that we are going to stand up, resist, and fight back and now we need to step up once again in this struggle and get as many folks to come out as possible next Monday to City Hall, the 27th, to stand in solidarity with the most marginalized in our community and show City Council that Winston-Salem believes in human rights, dignity, and compassion!

The new administration's threats towards the Latinx community, Muslims, immigrants, refugees, and countless others makes this moment extremely URGENT moving forward in taking steps to join with the over 37 other cities across the country standing firm in their resistance status despire the threats.This resolution may not go far enough compared to other cities who have taken a greater stand, but we must ensure this resolution passes as we continue to struggle forward and fight against xenophobic, racist, and unjust policies/rhetoric that are separating families, making millions live in fear, and ruining the lives of those in our community, state, and country.

As always, this is just one step of many towards building a more compassionate city built upon justice and dignity that protects the most marginalized and will resist at all costs.

This is an important step in the right direction as we continue to grow, build, resist, and fight together! See you soon!!! PLEASE SHARE WITH EVERYONE. If you absolutely can't make it, make sure to at least email/call your city council members and let them know where you stand!!! (even if you are coming to City Council, please email, write, and call as well!)

Solidarity.

Sanctuary City Coalition Winston-Salem

Sanctuary City Coalition Winston-Salem

Sanctuary City Coalition Winston-Salem shared CultureStrike 's post. …

CultureStrike

Sanctuary City Coalition Winston-Salem

Sanctuary City Coalition Winston-Salem

Will Cox

Will Cox

6 deplorable anti-immigration bills introduced into the NC General Assembly …

Sanctuary City Coalition Winston-Salem

Sanctuary City Coalition Winston-Salem

Udai Basavaraj

Udai Basavaraj

Robin Lynne

Robin Lynne

Sanctuary City Coalition Winston-Salem

Sanctuary City Coalition Winston-Salem

Sanctuary City Coalition Winston-Salem shared a post. …

Rob

Sanctuary City Coalition Winston-Salem

Sanctuary City Coalition Winston-Salem

Sanctuary City Coalition Winston-Salem shared a link. …

California Chief Justice Slams of Undocumented Immigrants at Courts

ww2.kqed.org

Charles Rutledge

Charles Rutledge

Charles Rutledge

Charles Rutledge

Sanctuary City Coalition Winston-Salem

Sanctuary City Coalition Winston-Salem

See y'all soon!! #NoHumanIsIllegal #NoBanNoWall …

March 15, 2017, 6:00pm – March 15, 2017, 7:00pm

Join us for a panel discussion at Wake Forest University in Carswell Hall (Annenburg Forum) talking about the upcoming City Council Committe vote in Winston-Salem on immigration policies, Islamophobia in the community and nationwide, economic and political policies which have influenced the current immigration/refugee crisis, and the sanctuary movement all around the state and country.

Panelists:

Imam Griggs

Associate Chaplain for Muslim Life at Wake Forest University and Imam of the Community Mosque in Winston-Salem.

Dr. Ana-María González Wahl

Sociology Professor at Wake Forest University whose research focuses on several dimensions of social stratification and the politics of inequality, specifically as it relates to the Latinx community.

Danny Timpona

Community Organizer, member of Sanctuary City Coalition, and recent graduate from Wake Forest University.

Sanctuary City Coalition Winston-Salem

Sanctuary City Coalition Winston-Salem

Sanctuary City Coalition Winston-Salem shared Comite Popular Somos Raleigh 's post. …

Comite Popular Somos Raleigh

Se discutieron 2 enmiendas o cambios a la propuesta. La enmienda propuesta por el Rep. Faircloth fue aprobada, esta enmienda disminuye las penalidades para las ciudades que no cumplan con las leyes de inmigraci‚àö‚â•n estatales.

Pronto compartiremos siguientes pasos para tratar de detener esta propuesta.

Otros detalles sobre la audiencia:

No se permitieron comentarios, pero gracias a la intervenci‚àö‚â•n de la Representante Pricey Harrison, el abogado Gerard M. Chapman de Greensboro pudo hacer un comentario breve contra la propuesta.

Lxs representantes que hicieron preguntas y comentarios contra la propuesta fueron:

Rep. Michaux del condado de Durham ( mickey.michaux@ncleg.net )

Rep. Harrison del condado de Guilford ( pricey.harrison@ncleg.net )

Rep. Fisher del condado de Buncombe ( susan.fisher@ncleg.net )

Rep. John de condado de Wake ( joe.john@ncleg.net )

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