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May 1st – We Are All Workers!

Gather at Judkins Park (next to St. Mary’s Church),

611 20th Ave S, Seattle, WA 98144

Marching to Memorial Stadium, 401 5th Ave, Seattle, WA 98109

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March to Stop Raids and Deportations! Stop Attacks on Immigrants!

Friday, February 25th we will meet at 4pm at Westlake Plaza (401 Pine St.)

We will march to the Immigration Court and ICE offices (1000 2nd Ave)

We Demand an End to Deportations!

We Say No to Proposed Anti-Immigrant Laws in Washington State!

We Demand Drivers’ Licenses be Accessible to All!

March and Rally in Conjunction with Obama’s Visit to Seattle
Tuesday, August 17th, 2010

Immigrants are the lifeline of our country!
People are being deported faster under the Obama administration than during the Bush administration.
Let’s send a message to Obama!

-Stop the deportations
-No more 287(g) program
-End the Secure Communities program
-Stop E-Verify

Obama has the power to issue an executive order to stop the deportations.
Immigration is a civil rights and worker’s rights issue!

Event is sponsored by the May 1st Action Coalition and El Comite!

March begins at Westlake Park – 10am
401 Pine St. Seattle, Washington

Rally at the Seattle Westin Hotel – 10:30 am
1900 5th Ave Seattle, Washington (triangular park on the south side of the hotel)

The President arrives at the Westin Hotel – 11:30 am

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Paint banners and signs in preparation for the 17th event!

August 15 · 4:00pm – 7:00pm

2021 S Weller St, Seattle WA

Obama Will be visiting seattle on August 17, 2010. We will be protesting the fact that obama has deported more immigrants in his first year of office then Bush did in any year of his 8 year administration. We want there to be an end to deportations. This can happen with an executive order to the Department of Homeland security which is in his power.

So come to our work party. We will have a small pot-luck/BBQ while we paint banners, make signs. It will be a fun social event with a political twist. and for all you folks who have artist friends who cant sit through a meeting but want to be a part of a movement please invite. Children who want to paint and have fun are welcome to come.

Please foward this invite to as many people as possible even if you cant make it. remember we our fighting for the rights of our friends and loved ones.

PS. If you can contribute with some house paint, yards of cloth, paint brushes, please feel free to do so but supplies will also be provided

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  1. Get ready for May 1st and attend the upcoming Dinner, dance and overall pachanga on December 18th at St. Mary’s (location to be confirmed) starting at 6 pm to celebrate International Immigrant Rights Day! Call or write your congress people and tell them that we need Immigration Reform Now!

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