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Continuing their campaign against the 287g program, the American Civil Liberties Union - a group that is/was directly collaborating with the Mexican government - informs us that they and about 500 other groups have sent a letter to
From the March 25 Coalition PDF dated [[April 4, 2006]] The massive March 25 demonstration in Los Angeles of well over one million undocumented workers, legal residents and their supporters-along with protests and walkouts throughout the United States-is irrefutable evidence that a new Civil Rights and workers' rights movement is on the rise.
Organized the [[March 25, 2006]] rally in Los Angeles and helped organize the nationwide Great American Boycott of [[May 1, 2006]]. Their March 25 Coalition Statement reveals that members include the head of ANSWER, the head of the L.A. chapter of the National Lawyers Guild, and many others.
Antonio Olivo/Chicago Tribune/[[August 17, 2007]]/ link
Elvira Arellano - the illegal alien who was ordered to be deported after being convicted of using a false Social Security number and who's been holed up in a Chicago church for a year and who's only a sympathetic figure to those on the far-left - has left her "sanctuary" and is currently on a road trip.
To be held in various cities on May 1, 2007. Organized at a conference in Los Angeles hosted by the March 25 Coalition. March 25 Coalition flyer Phoenix Immigration March Planned for May Coalition plans May Day actions
IDed in Fearing Backlash, Some Immigration Activists Aren't Backing Boycott as a Los Angeles activist favoring a boycott during the May 1 marches. No affiliation is listed in that report, and he's refered to as "Jesse Diaz Jr." In Immigrant Supporters To Counter Bush Speech "Jesse Diaz" without the "Jr." is listed as an "original leader" of the March 25 Coalition.
link ...A pro-amnesty group tonight is threatening to form a human chain around the federal building in Los Angeles. All of that to protest what it calls the Bush administration's terror campaign against illegal aliens. ...CASEY WIAN, CNN CORRESPONDENT (voice-over): The groups behind last year's pro-illegal alien amnesty demonstrations are organizing new marches and boycotts to pressure federal authority to stop deporting illegal aliens. JAVIER RODRIGUEZ, MARCH 25 COALITION: We need 1,000 people to encircle the immigration headquarters, ICE headquarters, the federal building, to send our...
From march25coalition . org/organize May 1st, 2007 we will be out in the streets, not shopping or selling, if possible not working; but Marching. On February 3rd & 4th, 2007, a Conference hosted by the March 25th Coalition culminated in a call for a national day of actions for workers and Immigrant's Rights. The day, May 1st, 2007.
Affiliated with the March 25 Coalition and was formed at the [[February 3, 2007]] meeting hosted by that group at which various forces organized the Great American Boycott II. site: www.maydaymovement.blogspot.com The March 25 Coalition flyer lists their contact information: c/o [[United Teachers Los Angeles]] 3303 Wilshire Ave. 10th fl. Los Angeles CA 90010 213-???-????
"Coalition plans May Day actions"/[[February 8, 2007]]/Minnie Bruce Pratt and LeiLani Dowell/Workers World/ link In an historic development in the U.S. immigrant rights struggle, a coalition of national organizations met in Los Angeles on Feb. 3-4 to plan and coordinate the "Great American Boycott II" for May 1.
[[Selene Rivera]]/[[Eastern Group Publications]]/[[April 15, 2006]]/ link Activists with the March 25th Coalition, organizers of the massive immigration rights protest which took place in Los Angeles two weeks ago, are now calling for an economic boycott to take place next month. (note: May 1 marches)
Socialist Worker/[[April 28, 2006]]/Lee Sustar/ link
Washington Post/April 20, 2006/Darryl Fears/ link
[[North County Times]]/[[North County Times wire services]]/[[September 2, 2006]]/ link Reports on the September 2 Los Angeles march Hundreds of people marched through downtown Los Angeles Saturday to demand amnesty for illegal immigrants and a moratorium on deportations...
Washington Post/May 15, 2006/Darryl Fears/ link
[[Eastern Group Publications]]/[[Selene Rivera]]/[[September 14, 2006]]/link Reports on the September 2 Los Angeles march: ..."The truth is that the immigrant community is been attacked and now more than ever we have to be together," said Maria Salinas of Hermandad Mexicana, one of the many coalitions that were part of the Labor Day weekend marches. Other organizations included Somos America (note: that may have been a reference to the We Are America Alliance instead), [[Proyecto Latino USA]] and the March 25 Coalition. Note there was also a September 4 Los Angeles March which occured in...