Support the children of the undocumented in America
Thousands of children will march in Washington DC, Mexico City and Los Angeles to demand from Pres. Obama that they not be separated from their undocumented parents. Los The fathers and mothers are deported without any provisions of care for the children abandoned in their homes left to neighbors, friends, relatives and if lucky to a pnon deported parent. There are stories of terror when they are placed in foster homes and their deported parents cannot locate them and the children end up adopted by American couples. Especially if the parents are indigenous who do not know the complexities of the system, have language difficulties and are returning to Mexico or other countries. This is a true humanitarian crisis and a gross violation of human rights of immigrants, of the families and above all the rights of the children.
LEGALIZATION AND A HUMANITARIAN IMMIGRATION REFORM NOW. MORATORIUM ON RAIDS & DEPORTATIONS.
NO TO ARIZONA'S SB-1070
In Los Angeles we will demonstrate in front of the Federal Building. In Mexico City at the US Embassy. In DC one thousand children led by 11 year old Saulito Arellano will march in front of the White House House, demand to meet with and deliver a letter to Pres. Obama.
July 28, 2010 at 11:00 AM Federal Bldg. 300 N. Los Angeles St. Come with your children and youth.
Sponsors: March 25 Coalition, Hermandad Mexicana TransNacional Panorama City, Los Angeles, Oxnard, Sacramento, Las Vegas, CBO, CHIRLA, Familia Latina Unida, Movimiento Migrante Mesoamericano, Nuestros Lazos de Sangre, Red Migrante, Tribunal Internacional de Conciencia, Miredes-Int., Elvira Arellano, Carlota Botey, José Jacques Medina, Camilo Pérez Bustillo, Luis Ángel Nieto, Marta Sánchez Soler, William Torres, Gloria Saucedo, Alicia Flores, Javier Rodriguez.