Border Residents March to Denounce Deployment of Soldiers at the Southern Border
Families and Members of Border Network will march to reject and denounce racism, xenophobia and the anti-immigrant agenda
El Paso, TX/Southern New Mexico. – On Saturday, November 10th, Border Network for Human Rights, border residents, and allies, such as Women’s March El Paso, Las Americas Immigrant Advocacy Center, and the Borderland Immigration Council, will hold a march to reject the deployment of soldiers at the border, support immigrant families, and denounce the anti-immigrant, racist and xenophobic rhetoric of this administration.
The people of this region repudiate this hatred and fear and insist on a return to American values of welcoming, inclusion, and opportunity for all. Please join us to march in solidarity with our immigrant brothers and sisters and to uphold the values of our country and our community. We will gather at San Jacinto Plaza at 9:30 am and will march past the Santa Fe Street Bridge towards Chihuahuita, to the site where President Trump’s new wall is being built.
WHAT: MARCH TO DENOUNCE DEPLOYMENT OF SOLDIERS AT THE BORDER
WHEN: NOVEMBER 10TH FROM 9:30 TO 11:30 AM
WHERE: GATHERING WILL TAKE PLACE AT PLAZA SAN JACINTO (114 W. MILLS)
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.