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Wednesday, May 26, 2010


National Day of Action Against SB1070 - 
May 29th march!


Saturday, May 29, 2010
8:00am - 2:00pm

Start: Indian Steele Park Stop: Arizona State Capitol

Get ready and mark your calenders, because on May 29th, 2010 you and everyone you know are invited to march against SB 1070 and for human rights!

We are meeting at Indian Steele Park (300 E. Indian School Rd.) at 8AM. At around 10AM we will start the march to the State Capitol (1700 W. Washington.)

We are making a NATION WIDE call to ACTION! We are asking everyone to come to Arizona and march with us on May 29th. We are all Arizona! Don't let this happen here or anywhere else! We must do this as a community and a nation.

*** Coming in from out of town and looking for a place to sleep? Register online and we will try to match your group with a space. HERE's the link:

If you would like to help with this event, YOU CAN! Here's how:
Invite your friends via facebook, and/or email.
Pick up some fliers and spread them out, or you can flier the community with us.
You can be a peace keeper at the march and ensure that everyone is safe.
You can help collect water donations to help keep thousands hydrated.
You can help house an out of town organizer who wants to come to the May 29th action.

If you would like to do any or all of this, and want to be a part of a historic march contact us today! Email Sandra Castro

*** ALSO, the night before the march (Friday, May 28th) we are holding a night of music, education, art and food to raise money for this huge event. More info here:


► 1. Click on "Invite people to come".

► 2. Select EACH of your friends and hit send.

(Here's a shortcut for selecting ALL of your friends: Once the small window pops up, paste this code into your browser address bar, and hit enter!)

javascript:elms=document.getElementById('friends').getElementsByTagName('li');for(var fid in elms){if(typeof elms[fid] === 'object'){[fid]);}}

► 3. Click on the "Share" button (right below the "Invite People to come" link). Write something about this movement and what it means to you. Ask your friends to Repost by clicking "Share".

For more information visit &
or you can add us on facebook [Puente Arizona].

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