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Groups vow ‘civil disobedience’ over immigration law By the Green Valley News Published: Monday, July 19, 2010 5:35 PM MST Several Arizona organizations on Tuesday will announce plans for a “day of action” against the state’s new immigration law that will include “rallies, vigils and civil disobedience.” The coalition of faith, human rights, immigrant rights and humanitarian organizations will lay out their strategy at a press conference at 11 a.m. at the Arizona State Building, northwestern corner of Congress and Granada in Tucson. Simultaneous press conferences are scheduled in Flagstaff and Phoenix. The groups are calling for “non-compliance” with SB1070, which is scheduled to take effect July 29. Next week’s protest is scheduled to begin at 11:30 p.m. July 28, and will run through July 29 in downtown Tucson, according to the group. It will take place regardless of a court decision that could delay implementation of the law. Many groups have said the law would invite racial profiling and would harm illegal immigrants in the United States while others say it mirrors existing federal law. Among the participating groups: Coalición de Derechos Humanos, the Ya Basta! Coalition, Border Action Network, No More Deaths, Tucson Samaritans, Green Valley/Sahuarita Samaritans, UA Against SB1070, Tucson May 1st Coalition, We Reject Racism-TYLO, Jewish Voice for Peace, Alianza Indigena Sin Fronteras, the Restoration Project, Alliance for Global Justice, International Action Center of Tucson, Tucson YWCA, Calpoli Texixcali, the Guatemala Committee, and the Southwest United Church of Christ Justice and Witness Ministry. Groups vow ‘civil disobedience’ over immigration law
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Groups vow ‘civil disobedience’ over immigration law
By the Green Valley News
Published: Monday, July 19, 2010 5:35 PM MST

Several Arizona organizations on Tuesday will announce plans for a “day of action” against the state’s new immigration law that will include “rallies, vigils and civil disobedience.”

The coalition of faith, human rights, immigrant rights and humanitarian organizations will lay out their strategy at a press conference at 11 a.m. at the Arizona State Building, northwestern corner of Congress and Granada in Tucson. Simultaneous press conferences are scheduled in Flagstaff and Phoenix.

The groups are calling for “non-compliance” with SB1070, which is scheduled to take effect July 29.

Next week’s protest is scheduled to begin at 11:30 p.m. July 28, and will run through July 29 in downtown Tucson, according to the group. It will take place regardless of a court decision that could delay implementation of the law. Many groups have said the law would invite racial profiling and would harm illegal immigrants in the United States while others say it mirrors existing federal law.

Among the participating groups: Coalición de Derechos Humanos, the Ya Basta! Coalition, Border Action Network, No More Deaths, Tucson Samaritans, Green Valley/Sahuarita Samaritans, UA Against SB1070, Tucson May 1st Coalition, We Reject Racism-TYLO, Jewish Voice for Peace, Alianza Indigena Sin Fronteras, the Restoration Project, Alliance for Global Justice, International Action Center of Tucson, Tucson YWCA, Calpoli Texixcali, the Guatemala Committee, and the Southwest United Church of Christ Justice and Witness Ministry.

Groups vow ‘civil disobedience’ over immigration law

Groups vow ‘civil disobedience’ over immigration law
By the Green Valley News
Published: Monday, July 19, 2010 5:35 PM MST

Several Arizona organizations on Tuesday will announce plans for a “day of action” against the state’s new immigration law that will include “rallies, vigils and civil disobedience.”

The coalition of faith, human rights, immigrant rights and humanitarian organizations will lay out their strategy at a press conference at 11 a.m. at the Arizona State Building, northwestern corner of Congress and Granada in Tucson. Simultaneous press conferences are scheduled in Flagstaff and Phoenix.

The groups are calling for “non-compliance” with SB1070, which is scheduled to take effect July 29.

Next week’s protest is scheduled to begin at 11:30 p.m. July 28, and will run through July 29 in downtown Tucson, according to the group. It will take place regardless of a court decision that could delay implementation of the law. Many groups have said the law would invite racial profiling and would harm illegal immigrants in the United States while others say it mirrors existing federal law.

Among the participating groups: Coalición de Derechos Humanos, the Ya Basta! Coalition, Border Action Network, No More Deaths, Tucson Samaritans, Green Valley/Sahuarita Samaritans, UA Against SB1070, Tucson May 1st Coalition, We Reject Racism-TYLO, Jewish Voice for Peace, Alianza Indigena Sin Fronteras, the Restoration Project, Alliance for Global Justice, International Action Center of Tucson, Tucson YWCA, Calpoli Texixcali, the Guatemala Committee, and the Southwest United Church of Christ Justice and Witness Ministry.

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4 years 28 weeks ago, 3:15 PM

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Bunch of asswipes

Just notice in the last paragraph - what a coalition of total assholes.

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