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Resilience OC

OC Immigrant Communities Unite Against Hate, Bigotry and Anti-Immigrant Attacks on Constitutional Cities and States, Sanctuary Laws

MEDIA ADVISORY  

OC Immigrant Communities Unite Against Hate, Bigotry and Anti-Immigrant Attacks on Constitutional Cities and States, Sanctuary Laws

Groups denounce Supervisors following the lead of white nationalist hate group “FAIR”

Santa Ana, CA – A diverse group of OC groups are denouncing the Orange County Board of Supervisors for taking the lead from hate-group affiliated groups ILRI (Immigration Reform Law Institute) and FAIR (Federation for American Immigration Reform) by siding with the Trump Administration and Attorney General Jeff Sessions in a lawsuit against California.   “The OC Supervisors have become emboldened to join the administration’s anti-immigrant efforts by proposing ordinances and litigation against CA’s SB 54 and by opposing cities that have passed Sanctuary City ordinances honoring Constitutional rights for everyone regardless of status,” said Rex Wang of the Korean Resource Center   After Los Alamitos and Yorba Linda willfully betrayed its residents by inappropriately and shamefully attempting to support U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ unfounded political attack on the state of California over its Sanctuary Law (SB 54), Orange County immigrant communities are announcing a call to action for all residents to stand up for human rights, dignity, Constitutional values and our immigrant communities against these coordinated hateful attacks by the Trump Administration on California and Constitutional Cities embracing Sanctuary Laws. Let the Orange County Board of Supervisors know that outside manipulation and attacks are not welcome in Orange County!   WHEN: Tuesday, March 27th at 8:30am PST   WHERE: 333 W Santa Ana Blvd, Santa Ana, CA 92701   WHO:
  • Resilience OC
  • Korean Resource Center
  • National Day Laborer Organizing Network
  • Council on American-Islamic Relations
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Resilience Orange County is an organization that was created in 2016 out of the merging of two established organizations RAIZ (Resistencia Autonomia Igualdad y lideraZgo) and Santa Ana Boys and Men of Color.

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