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Saturday, April 26, 2014

Endless Foreign Wars Endless Domestic Crises

Millions out of work
Billions fund wars
U.S. in Middle East - U.S. coast to coast: California to New York Island; Redwood Forest to Gulf Stream waters
Excerpts, editing by 
Carolyn Bennett

Syrian refugees
War-making creates global crises and domestic crises. Afghans in Turkey-Guatemalans in USA-young Parisians say “STOP DEPORTATION” April 24, 2014,

Palestinian Refugee
Syrian refugees in

Libyan refugee

 Ankara, Turkey: “Dozens of Afghan men, women and children protest what they view as UN High Commissioner for Refugees’ (UNHCR) failure to review their cases in a timely manner, causing them (the displaced) to wait for longer than expected.

Washington D.C. Hunger Strike
Stop Deportation
Afghans in Turkey
April 24, 2014 Washington, D.C.: While the U.S. President tours eastern Asia, “Undocumented families and their allies hold vigil and hunger strike outside the White House "to put pressure" on the president “to sign an executive order putting a stop to his Administration’s record pace of deportations." Groups from Texas and Arizona came last week to protest on behalf of family members who have either been deported or are currently in immigration detention; this week, delegations came from Massachusetts and Louisiana, took their place and shared their stories with FSRN's Washington correspondent Alice Ollstein.

April 24, 2014 Springfield, Massachusetts, mother and three daughters struggling to keep father/husband Santos Gutierrez from being deported to Guatemala protest in Washington, D.C., after immigration officials took custody of the girls' (sisters ages 7, 11, 13) father. 

April 4, 2014, Des Moines, Iowa, USA: Network for Immigration Reform Now and others host demonstration and press conference for ‘Stop Deportation Now’, Polk County Courthouse, Des Moines.

March 5, 2014 Central Connecticut State University: protests meet the U.S. president with ‘Stop Deportation’ and other signs protesting the president’s “record-setting number of deportations”

Paris, France
Srop Deportation
October 22, 2013, Paris: Thousands of high school students across France mobilized mass demonstrations against the French government’s deporting 15-year-old Roma schoolgirl Leonarda Dibrani and her family to Kosovo, called for resignation of Interior Minister Manuel Valls.  

October 19, 2013 San Francisco, California, Undocumented immigrant activists blocking a bus carrying foreign nationals in the custody of immigration officials faced off with Homeland Security Officials in their protests against deportations.

May Day coming Tacoma, Washington: Hunger strikers now more than forty days are calling for a rally outside Northwest Detention Center (NWDC, where Chicken Pox has broken out alarming detained women) on May 1st at noon, a historical day of action for immigrant and worker rights.

Deportation protests sources



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