CALL TO ACTION – Join Rev Barber at the Border Dec 8-10

Solidarity Across Borders

Join us for a trip to the Tijuana / San Diego border this weekend

Arizona Poor People’s Campaign is seeking drivers, vehicles, and travelers to join Reverend Barber and other faith leaders at the Tijuana/San Diego border crossing December 8th-10th, 2018.

Monday, December 10, faith leaders will lead a walk to the border and offer a ceremonial blessing to migrants in the other side of the border wall. The walk will culminate in nonviolent moral fusion direct action and open a week of action from December 10 to December 18. Trainings will be available.

If you would like to join a contingent from Phoenix for this border action, please contact us at info@poorpeoplescampaignaz.org

If you can help drive, provide a vehicle, or travel and provide gas money please let us know when you RSVP.

In solidarity,

Arizona Poor People’s Campaign


“Someone has been hurting our people. and it’s gone on far too long. And we won’t be silent anymore. Forward Together”

Rev. Dr. William J Barber II and Rev. Dr. Liz Theoharis
CoChairs of the Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival

Stop the Tears! Rally and Protest

We call on all people of faith and conscience to protest cruel and unjustified asylum policies this Sunday, Dec 2, Noon-2 PM

Phoenix – A coalition of eight Phoenix organizations, community advocates and concerned citizens will unite on Sunday at the Wesley Bolin Memorial Plaza to show support for those seeking asylum in our country and to reject the current administration’s continued use of cruel tactics and policies at our borders.

Arizonans of all walks of life are asking that people remain vigilant and engage in an active role to combat the militarization of police, abuses of power, and violations of human rights here in our state and border into 2019 and beyond.

“We are coming together in solidarity to demand that asylum seekers, primarily women and children, be allowed to go through the application process as is their right by law,” said Veronica Monge, Organizer with Arizona Poor People’s Campaign. “We are also demanding that the abuses and inhumane actions taken by the US Border Patrol cease, as they are not representative of the values of this country.”

The local action is a part of the national STOP THE TEARS weekend spearheaded by

Families Belong Together. The rally and donation drive will take place from 12-2pm and will feature refugees and immigration advocates as speakers.  Attendees can get more information and register for the event at http://bit.ly/stop-the-tears-phoenix

Where: Wesley Bolin Memorial Plaza, across the street from the AZ State Capitol, at 1700 W Washington St, Phoenix, AZ 85007

When: 12-2pm
Sunday, December 2, 2018

What: Protest, Rally and Donation Drive to benefit asylum-seeking families. Attendees may donate cash at the event or are encouraged to bring the following items as donations:

  • Cases of water
  • Gently used warm winter clothing, blankets and towels
  • New socks and underwear, all sizes
  • Toiletries

Organizing Sponsors:  
Planned Parenthood Advocates of Arizona
LUCHA – Living United for Change in Arizona
AZ Resist
Arizona Palestine Solidarity Alliance
Poder in Action
Arizona Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival
No More Deaths Phx
Transqueer Pueblo

For More Information:

English
Rigo Gonzalez
480-815-5156
rigo.gonzalez1747@gmail.com

Spanish
Veronica Monge
vmonge1976@yahoo.com
602-545-6458

Everybody’s Got a Right to Live Emergency Rally and March at 6 PM

Everybody's Got a Right to Live Emergency Rally and March at 6 PM

We are changing the teach-in to an emergency rally and March tonight after police shot and killed a man without due process this morning at Center and Osborn.

In response to recent videos surfacing from Mesa Police Department and Phoenix Police Department using deadly force as usual on another person today, we’ll rallying TONIGHT and heading to the Central and Osborne where today’s police-involved shooting. Right now Phoenix Police Department has shot or killed 25 people this year and so far over 40 police involved shootings/murders in Maricopa County. This is a crisis and a state of emergency! Meet us at First Church at 6pm TONIGHT! SHARE THIS!