Southwest Workers Union is organizing a Liberation Caravan to the National Day of Action Against SB 1070 in Phoenix, AZ.
We urge all the San Antonio media to attend this press conference.
In Solidarity,Che Lopez
# (210) 378-5132
For Immediate Release Contact: Che Lopez
Friday, May 21, 2010 Office 210 299.2666
Cell 210 378-5132
Southwest Workers Union Liberation Caravan to the
National Day of Action Against SB 1070 Phoenix, Arizona
Friday, May 21, 2010
@ SWU 1416 E. Commerce
“We want Mayor Julian Castro, Members of City Council and Police Chief McManus to stand in solidarity with the National Day of Action Against SB 1070 in Phoenix, AZ. Community Leaders are urging elected officials to take action by adopting a resolution against Senate Bill 1070 that was signed by the appointed Governor Brewer of Arizona” stated Sandra Garcia of the Youth Leadership Organization
“Gov. Brewer is lacking a good education and common sense because she simply does not understand how this racist law will violate migrant, human and civil rights under the constitution of the United States”
Since Senate Bill 1070 was signed, we have seen an overwhelming opposition against this racist law. We applaud Mayor Julian Castro, City Council, Police Chief McManus and others that have publically opposed Senate Bill 1070. San Antonio is proud to know that our elected officials and community leaders are committed to support the National Day of Action Against SB 1070. San Antonio will stand in unity with the community to insure that these types of racist laws will not be passed in Texas. Our Civil and Human Rights are at Risk.
“The Liberation Caravan Delegates going to National Day of Action Against SB 1070 are in daily communication with grassroots organizations in Arizona, giving us a clear picture of the present realities that are violating the constitution of the United States” stated Tanya Garduno of the Southwest Workers Union.
Today ARIZONA is GROUND ZERO for the struggle against COLONIALISM, RACISM and ANTI-IMMIGRANT LAWS because of the historical and present reality and struggles for human, civil and migrant rights into one.
President Obama must sign an executive order to stop this racist law & to pass a just immigration reform in 2010 as he promised voters during his electoral campaign.