Cosecha Boston We Won't Be Complicit

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Boston on July 31st


#AbolishIce #WeWontBeComplicit


Since before the DREAM movement, the movement for immigrant rights has always been a struggle led by the people and the few victories won in the immigrant rights movement have never been a gift. Through the years, we have learned that the only thing that works to make effective change is direct action such as large mobilizations and general strikes. The most important lesson however, has been that united we are strong and that if we fight together - we win.


With the demand to abolish ICE more popular than ever, we have called for a National Day of Action on July 31 to target the government institutions and companies that help ICE function day in and day out. It is unacceptable for anyone to do business with ICE, to make their job easier, or to profit from the inhumane treatment of immigrants.


Northeastern University receives millions from ICE from an ongoing research contract, benefitting from the agency’s criminalization and dehumanization of the immigrant community while directly contributing to the gentrification of Roxbury and surrounding neighborhoods.


We demand permanent protection, dignity, and respect for all immigrants. We won’t be complicit. We ask you to contribute for the July 31st march on Northeastern University to help make this direct action a success. Your donation will go towards costs, including sound system rental and bail funds. ¡Hasta la huelga!



Únete a nosotros en Boston el 31 de Julio para el día nacional de acción #AbolishIce


Desde antes del movimiento DREAM, el movimiento para los derechos de los inmigrantes siempre ha sido una lucha dirigida por la gente y ninguna de las pocas victorias en el movimiento para esos derechos ha sido un regalo. A través de los años hemos aprendido que lo único que funciona para hacer cambios efectivos es acción directa como grandes movilizaciones y huelgas generalizadas. Sin embargo, La lección más importante ha sido que unidos somos fuertes y si luchamos juntos – ganamos.


Con la exigencia de abolir a ICE más fuerte que nunca hemos hecho un llamado para un día nacional de acción el 31 de julio, enfocándose en afrontar a las instituciones gubernamentales y empresas que ayudan al desempeño de éste. Por hacer un trabajo más fácil y lucrarse de millones, resulta equívoca la idea de hacer negocios con ICE para desencadenar tratos inhumanos que cometen hacia los inmigrantes.


La universidad de Northeastern es uno de los que recibe dinero por parte de ICE en contratos de investigación, beneficiando de la criminalización y deshumanización hacia comunidades de inmigrantes mientras participan directamente en la gentrificación de Roxbury y los barrios aledaños.


Exigimos protección permanente, dignidad y respeto para todos los inmigrantes. No seremos cómplices de esta desigualdad. Le pedimos que hagan una contribución para la marcha el 31 de julio en la Universidad de Northeastern para hacer esta acción un éxito. Su donación servirá para los costos necesarios en esta manifestación, además lo que se recaude de las fianzas que resultan por la acción incluyendo el alquiler del sistema de sonido. ¡Hasta la huelga!

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