Wednesday, October 25 at 11:00am we will have our monthly coalition call. The call is conducted in English. We will report back from the consejo retreat and talk about next year.
El miércoles 25 de octubre a las 11:00am se llevará acabo la llamada mensual de la colación. La llamada es en inglés. Vamos a dar un informe del retiro del consejo y hablar del año que viene.
Meeting ID: 908 728 614
1. Llamar al +1 646 558 86562. Marcar clave “908 728 614#”
3. Marcar el signo numeral “#” de nuevo
O para conectarse con video: https://zoom.us/j/908728614
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The Syracuse Rapid Response Team will be meeting at the Worker’s Center Thursday, October 12 at 6:30pm.
At the end of September, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) conducted ruthless raids over the course of 4 days, which resulted in over 500 immigrants being rounded up. This specific raid–disgustingly called “Operation Safe Cities”– was specifically targeted towards sanctuary cities. The Trump Administration’s unrelenting attacks on immigrants demonstrates the importance of our Rapid Response Team. Please join us at the next meeting this Thursday. Becoming a member of the Syracuse Rapid Response team is a concrete way you can be in solidarity with immigrant members of our community. Come to the meeting and a bring a friend!
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The Spanish Action League in collaboration with the Latino Professional Social Group and leaders in the community are working together to help the people in Puerto Rico. We will be collecting items and donation to send to the Island.
We will have T-Shirts for sell for $10 and the proceeds will support the relief efforts.
FACEBOOK LINK HERE
WCCNY members made these keychains and we will be donating them to raise funds for the local donations efforts. You can get them at the Spanish Action League this Sunday at their donation event. Check the flyer for location and what to bring to donate .
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Arely’s next check-in is Wednesday, November 29th. Prior to this next appointment, she and her family will need a ride to New York City to pick up their Guatemalan passports. If anyone is going to NYC prior to her November 29th check-in and can offer them a ride please get in contact with Rebecca at firstname.lastname@example.org. We would like to thank you all for your on-going solidarity and support. Please also continue to donate and share Arely’s fundraising campaign to help take care of legal fees. We will continue to support Arely in her fight to stay with her family!
Monday, Sept. 25th at 6pm, Workers’ Center
This will be the second meeting of allies who are committed to finding short and long term housing solutions for farmworkers. There will be updates and report backs from the last meeting as well as continuing to march forward with plans to provide real solidarity to farmworkers organizing against and speaking out against injustice. Please email Nikeeta at email@example.com if you will be joining us as this next meeting!
Thanks to members of the Syracuse Rapid Response team, Dave, Sheila, and Janet for joining up with the Workers’ Center to get the word out about this important resource. The Rapid Response team responds to immigration enforcement emergencies in Syracuse (like if ICE shows up at your door or at your workplace or if you are being detained by Border Patrol). The number for the hotline is 315-552-1670. The rapid response team will be doing outreach again at 2pm on Monday. Call 315-218-5708 if you’re interested in joining the team.
FREE DACA LEGAL CLINIC
Date: Sunday, September 24th 2017
Time: 11:00 AM—2:00 PM
Location: 221 South Warren Street, Syracuse