Thursday, December 13, 2012

What if the Holy Family Was Torn Apart at Christmas?

From the Interfaith Coalition:

Holiday Immigration Posada
 POSADA POR LOS DERECHOS DE LAS FAMILIAS INMIGRANTES
 
International Migrants Day
 Tuesday, December 18, 2012
12 noon-1:30 pm
State Building San Francisco
455 Golden Gate Ave. SF, (Civic Center BART)
 
What if the Holy Family was torn apart at Christmas?
This month 2400 people will be deported from California because of ICE's "Secure Communities" program.
 
  Imagínate lo que hubiese pasado si la Sagrada Familia hubiese sido separada por la Migra en Navidad.
Levantemos nuestras voces para proteger a Nuestras Familias Inmigrantes porque también son Sagradas
 
The Posada, a Latin American holiday tradition, depicts Mary and Joseph's search for room at the inn in Bethlehem. In this modern day adaptation, we knock at the door of Gov. Brown, saying: Open the door of your heart to immigrant families. Sign the Trust Act (AB 4).
 
Sponsored by: Interfaith Coalition for Immigrant Rights -CLUE, East Bay Interfaith Immigrant Rights Coalition, SFOP, CARECEN, Causa Justa-Just Cause, ACUDIR.

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