BNHR and Border Resident Families to Hold Large Mobilization Against the Wall and for Immigration Reform
January 26th Mobilization will Denounce Inhumanity of Trump’s Anti-Immigrant Agenda
El Paso, TX/Southern New Mexico. – On Saturday, January 26 at Noon, Border Network for Human Rights and border families will hold a massive mobilization protesting the border wall and advocating for a Humane Immigration Reform.
The mobilization will start at San Jacinto Plaza (111 W. Mills), will stop at the Santa Fe International Port of Entry, and will end in Chihuahuita (106 Calleros Ct) with a rally and demonstration near the site of ongoing border wall construction.
At the Santa Fe International Port of Entry, protesters will denounce the turnbacks of asylum seekers, the erosion of refugee programs, and the detention and separation of children and families caused by Trump’s Zero Tolerance policy. In Chihuahuita, marchers will denounce and oppose the construction of Trump’s Border Wall, the militarization of our region call instead for a humane and inclusive immigration reform that protects and integrates Dreamers, TPS beneficiaries, domestic violence victims, and the millions of undocumented Americans who live and work in these United States.
WHAT: MARCH AND PROTEST TO REJECT BORDER WALL AND FOR IMMIGRATION REFORM
WHEN: SATURDAY JANUARY 26 AT 12 NOON
WHERE: PARTICIPANTS WILL GATHER AT SAN JACINTO PLAZA, STOP AT SANTA FE PORT OF ENTRY AND END AT CHIHUAHUITA AREA.
The Border Network for Human Rights, founded in 1998, is one of the leading human rights advocacy and immigration reform organizations located at the U.S./Mexico Border. BNHR has over 7,000 members in West Texas and Southern New Mexico.