A Call to Action!

Mark your calendars and join me for Berkeley’s:

CALL TO ACTION!      

                    All who Oppose ICE Raids, Police-FBI Cooperation, Profiling & Surveillance of 

Community Forum and Speak Out @ Berkeley Fellowship of Unitarian Universalists, 1924 Cedar Ave, Berkeley

When: Monday, October 24th, 2011 at 6:30 – 9:00 pm (Refreshments from 6:30-7pm)

Stop Racial, Religious Profiling of Our Communities

    Join Us to Tell Berkeley City Council and Local Law Enforcement:       

End Local Police Involvement with ICE and FBI Racial and Religious profiling Practices Now!

Say NO!- to local Cooperation with S-Comm and Federal Agencies that Targets Communities & First Amendment Activity!

* For more info contact the Coalition for a Safe Berkeley at: CRtownhall@gmail.com or (510) 525-5497

Sponsored by:  FMLN of Berkeley,  ACLU of Northern California, BORDC (Bill of Rights Defense Committee), East Bay Sanctuary Covenant, National Lawyers Guild, SF Bay Area Chapter, Berkeley City Council Member Jesse Arreguin, NNIRR, BAJI (Black Alliance for Just Immigration), CAIR California. 

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