STOP DEPORTATION DEMONSTRATIONS at ICE immigration holding center (deportations)

When:
September 25, 2019 @ 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm America/Los Angeles Timezone
2019-09-25T16:00:00-07:00
2019-09-25T18:00:00-07:00
Where:
ICE immigration holding center
630 Sansome St
San Francisco, CA 94111
USA

STOP DEPORTATION DEMONSTRATIONS

at ICE immigration holding center (deportations)

Mondays and Wednesdays 4 – 6 pm
at 630 Sansome Street
San Francisco, California

Let’s build a permanent presence at I.C.E. to stop the deportations.
Bring signs, Spread widely.

Stop Deportations

Block I.C.E.

Melt I.C.E. with LOVE

LOVE not HATE

JOIN US

NO BAN, NO WALL


INSIST ON LOVE

We are all immigrants

Say it loud, say it clear, // immigrants are welcome here (two sides of a sign)

Never Again

*non-violence*
Chants:
No hate, no fear, immigrants are welcome here
refugees are welcome here,

No ban, no wall, sanctuary for all

The People, united, will never be defeated

You build a wall, we tear it down

Hey Hey, Ho Ho, all these walls have got to go

Shut it down, shut it down
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3 Responses to STOP DEPORTATION DEMONSTRATIONS at ICE immigration holding center (deportations)

  1. rights not racism says:

    SOYS- We are all entitled to our own opinions and judgements in this country, it’s our First Amendment right. Just as it is our right to assemble peacefully. And everyone on this planet has the right to be treated humanely. We are all guaranteed civil rights and civil liberties in America, and these rights are what people from other countries are willing to risk death for, just to come here. Could you imagine living somewhere so dangerous that you would risk death just to give your family the chance for a better life? No. You live here, in America. You have no idea what these people go through. That being said- we absolutely do not have the right to seperate children from their parents. We do not have the right to deport blindly, without due process. These people are human beings- regardless of your political beliefs, or even your stance on immigration, this is about human rights more than anything. As far as your comment about being unemployed, I work in the legal profession, for a very well known law firm, and most of those that are passionate about this cause are highly educated, employed individuals. I am only addressing your comment, though; fighting for the rights of those that are not able to fight for themselves, is more honorable, and more important than any job. It is exactly what America was built on.

  2. Sick of Your Shit says:

    How about these protest organizers and participants get jobs and stop this nonsense already. People in this country illegally need to be deported and sent home. Illegal immigrants now have more rights and entitlements that American worker doesn’t have. Wake the hell up.

  3. Doug says:

    Is this still going on

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