Trump’s administration is ramping up its attacks on immigrant rights–even threatening to deport asylum seekers without judges or court cases.
It’s time to take action: join our partners at National Domestic Workers Alliance, MoveOn, and others for a national rally to say immigrant families shouldn’t be kept in cages this Saturday, June 30.
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We’ve watched in horror as more than 2,000 migrant children have been forcibly separated from their families by Border Patrol under the Trump Administration’s “zero tolerance” policy.
And just yesterday, immigrant communities took another massive hit when the SCOTUS upheld Trump’s racist and xenophobic Muslim ban.
It’s easy to feel frozen in the face of such heartless violence and bigotry. But it’s time to take action.
Donald Trump signed an executive order to lock up parents and their children in detention indefinitely.
It’s enormously traumatic for children and families to be kept in cages.
But Trump’s executive order proves one thing: his administration is reacting to public pressure. That’s why we’re ramping up the pressure this weekend with protests for immigrant rights in hundreds of cities across the country.
Click here to find a rally near you and hit the streets for the rights of immigrant families.
Just days after signing his executive order, the President tweeted that asylum seekers should be deported “immediately, with no Judges or Court Cases”–a recommendation that is unconstitutional and illegal under international law.
Over and over, Trump has shown disregard for the rule of law and the will of the people. That’s why it’s up to us to hold the Department of Homeland Security accountable to its promise to reunite the families it tore apart at the border.
We need to fill the streets this Saturday in Washington, D.C., and around the country to tell Donald Trump and his administration: we demand justice and due process for immigrant families!
Join the fight for immigrant rights this Saturday, June 30.
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Thanks for all that you do,
Reem, Mark, Salma and the team at SumOfUs
Here’s the Constitutional Problem With Trump’s Call to Deport Immigrants Without Seeing Judges, Time, June 25 2018.
President Trump’s misconceptions about immigration courts and law, Washington Post, June 26 2018.