BNHR and Border Residents to Hold ‘Silent March’ to Reject False Declaration of State of Emergency
Border Network for Human Rights will hold a ‘Silent March’ TOMORROW Saturday February 23 at the San Jacinto Plaza at 12 noon, to reject the President’s FALSE and UNNECESSARY declaration of a State of ‘Emergency’ on our southern border. El Paso, like many other border cities has been safe because of engagement between border residents and law-enforcement agencies, not because of any wall.
The President and the country must know that we will never accept the hate and subversion of democracy he has undertaken. We will not allow anyone who doesn’t live in the border to define it for us. Doing so would ignore the fact that we are the only ones who can speak the TRUTH about our border, our communities, and our home.
Please join us in a peaceful ‘Silent March’ to oppose the destruction of our communities and values. We will gather at San Jacinto Plaza and march from there to the end of Calleros Ct. in the Chihuahuita neighborhood of Downtown El Paso.
WHAT: ‘SILENT MARCH’
WHEN: TOMORROW SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23 AT 12 NOON
WHERE: SAN JACINTO PLAZA (114 W. Mills Ave)