Asian Americans for social justice

Jong Lee from Los Angeles.  April 25, 2010, protest at Arizona state capitol.

The 2.5-mile march through downtown Phoenix was led by the civil-rights advocacy group Nahuacalli Embassy of Indigenous Peoples but included a crowd of about 300 people from varied backgrounds.

“With these unjust laws, we are here to announce to the world our responsibility as human beings to take care of each other,” said Nahuacalli guardian Rafael Reyes.

Read more: http://www.azcentral.com/community/mesa/articles/2010/04/25/20100425immigration-law-protest-arizona.html#ixzz0mbICm7G5

We care about immigration reform. We form multiracial and multiethnic coalitions to work for justice.

More coverage here.

2 thoughts on “Asian Americans for social justice

  1. NPR reported this morning that surveys show that the majority of Americans support this bill. I hope that survey is skewed, but the way things are going around this country lately, I don’t doubt it. Terrifying.

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