miércoles, 30 de junio de 2010

[aequus] Let My People Go [1 Attachment]

Son cerca de un millón de peruanos en Estados Unidos, muchos miembros de iglesias evangélicas y familiares de iglesias evangélicas en nuestro país. ¿No merecen nuestra preocupación, ministración y pronunciamiento de las organizaciones representativas como CONEP y UNICEP?

JORGE MARQUEZ CHAHU
Regidor Metropolitano de Lima

http://jorgemarquezch.blogspot.com/


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Dear Leaders and Friends:


I would like to invite all of you to the last meeting before July 1st event, that will take place tomorrow Wednesday June 30 at 6:00pm in one of the offices of St. Agnes Church to finish coordinating the march, vigil and press conference "Let my people go". The church is located at 681 Main Ave in the city of Paterson , NJ 07503 and the entrance is through the parking lot of the church, which is located in the back of the church through the side street.

The main speakers for "Let My People Go" will be Reverend Luis Rendon from St. Agnes Church, Sister Jean from Missionary Sisters and Councilman Julio Tavarez from Paterson.


PASSAIC COUNTY COALITION for IMMIGRANT RIGHTS is organizing the event in Paterson supported by:

1199 United Healthcare Workers East NJ Region/SEIU; AFSC Immigrant Rights Program; Benedictines for Peace; Blessed Kateri Migrant Ministry; Cámara de Comercio de Mexicanos Unidos; Casa Esperanza; Casa Freehold; Democracia Ahora; The Elizabeth Coalition to House the Homeless; Immigrant Rights Defense Committee; Immigration Task Force - New Jersey Synod- Evangelical Lutheran Church in America; Haiti Solidarity Network of the Northeast; The Immigration Policy Reform Task force of the Unitarian Universalist Legislative Ministry of NJ (UULMNJ); IRATE & First Friends; Jornaleros Unidos de Passaic; Justice Office - Sisters of Mercy of the MidAtlantic; Latino Action Network; Latino Coalition of New Jersey; Lambda Theta Phi Latin Fraternity; Lutheran Association of Hispanic Ministries; Lutheran Office of Governmental Ministry in New Jersey; National Association of Social Workers – NJ Chapter; NJ DREAM Act Coalition; NJ Forum for Human Rights; NJ Immigration Policy Network (NJIPN); NJ May 1 Coalition/Jobs for All Campaign; Pax Christi NJ; People's Organization for Progress; People's Organization for Progress, Bergen County Branch; Peruvian American Political Action Committee; Sociedad de Amigos Colombianos; St. Joseph Social Service Center; Sisters of St. Joseph – ESL; Social Responsibilities Council, Immigrant Rights Defense Committee, Unitarian Society of Ridgewood; U; Wind of the Spirit Immigrant Resource Center.nidad Latina en Accion - NJ; Unity Square Partnership, CATA


We are also on Facebook as Passaiccountycoalition Forimmgrantrights.

For July 1st, the event will be laid out in the following manner:


  • At 9:00am we will gather at the side entrance of the Cathedral of Paterson ( 381 Grand St. Paterson, NJ 07505)


  • At 10:00am, we will march until 401 Grand St, Passaic Family Court and will continue to the Passaic County Court localized on 77 Hamilton St.


  • At 10:40 AM we will stop in the corner of Main Ave and Degrasse St. near the Garden of the Cathedral of Paterson, we will be in front of the Passaic County Jail (this Jail does not have any detained immigrants anymore))


  • From 10:40 to 11:00 AM we will hold a vigil.


  • Finally, from 11:00 to 11:30 AM we will start the press conference.


From there a group of us will leave to attend other actions in different counties.

T-shirts are being donated for this march from Interfaith Immigration Coalition. The t-shirt in the front says in English "Do I look like undocumented" and in the back it says "say no to racial profiling and yes to immigration reform".


Twelve million thanks for your support. We hope that we will see you on Wednesday June 30 at 6:00 PM and subsequently on Thursday July 1st. at 9:00AM.


In the end you can read two very important emails from Kathy O'Leary (Pax Christi New Jersey) and Shai Goldstein (New Jersey Policy Immigration Network)

Sincerely,


PASSAIC COUNTY COALITION for IMMIGRANT RIGHTS


Composed by: David Toledo, MA (Community Organizer), Deiby Martinez (Sociedad de Amigos Colombianos), Isabel Agudelo (Sociedad de Amigos Colombianos), Gamaliel Guardia (Peruvian American Politrical Action Committee), Gabriela Perez (Camara de Comercio de Mexicanos Unidos), Maria del Pilar Rivas (Deputy Mayor of Paterson), Karla Ramos (Advocate), Fernando Martinez (Community Organizer), Maria Perez (Advocate), Henry Sosa (Advocate), Rosie Santos (Social Activist).





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Reciban nuestro respetuoso saludo y buenos deseos. Les comunicamos que todos Ustedes estan invitados a la ultima reunion de coordinacion del evento "Liberen A Mi Gente" que se realizara el proximo miercoles 30 de Junio a las 6:00 PM en las instalaciones de la Iglesia St. Agnes ubicada en 681 Main Ave. Paterson, NJ 07503. El ingreso es por el parqueo de la Iglesia (puerta lateral, junto a Emergencia del Hospital St Joseph).

Los principales oradores para este evento son:Reverendo Luis Rendon de la Iglesia St. Agnes, Sister Jean de Missionary Sisters ye l Concejal de Paterson Julio Tavarez.

El evento en la ciudad de Paterson esta organizado por "PASSAIC COUNTY COALITION for IMMIGRANT RIGHTS" el cual esta respaldado por:
1199 United Healthcare Workers East NJ Region/SEIU; AFSC Immigrant Rights Program; Benedictines for Peace; Blessed Kateri Migrant Ministry; Cámara de Comercio de Mexicanos Unidos; Casa Esperanza; Casa Freehold; Democracia Ahora; The Elizabeth Coalition to House the Homeless; Immigrant Rights Defense Committee; Immigration Task Force - New Jersey Synod- Evangelical Lutheran Church in America; Haiti Solidarity Network of the Northeast; The Immigration Policy Reform Task force of the Unitarian Universalist Legislative Ministry of NJ (UULMNJ); IRATE & First Friends; Jornaleros Unidos de Passaic; Justice Office - Sisters of Mercy of the MidAtlantic; Latino Action Network; Latino Coalition of New Jersey; Lambda Theta Phi Latin Fraternity; Lutheran Association of Hispanic Ministries; Lutheran Office of Governmental Ministry in New Jersey; National Association of Social Workers – NJ Chapter; NJ DREAM Act Coalition; NJ Forum for Human Rights; NJ Immigration Policy Network (NJIPN); NJ May 1 Coalition/Jobs for All Campaign; Pax Christi NJ; People's Organization for Progress; People's Organization for Progress, Bergen County Branch; Peruvian American Political Action Committee; Sociedad de Amigos Colombianos; St. Joseph Social Service Center; Sisters of St. Joseph – ESL; Social Responsibilities Council, Immigrant Rights Defense Committee, Unitarian Society of Ridgewood; U; Wind of the Spirit Immigrant Resource Center.nidad Latina en Accion - NJ; Unity Square Partnership, CATA

Tambien estamos en Facebook como Passaiccountycoalition Forimmgrantrights
Para el dia Jueves 1 de Julio, el evento se ha planeado de la siguiente manera:

  • A las 9:00 AM nos reuniremos en la puerta lateral de la Catedral de Paterson (381 Grand St. Paterson, NJ 07505)
  • A las 10:00 AM iniciaremos la marcha condestino a la Corte de Familia en la 401 de la Grand St. y de ahi nos dirijiremos a la Corte del Condado de Passaic en la calle Hamilton.
  • A las 10:40 debemos llegar a la esquina de la Main Ave y Degrasse St. (Jardin de la Catedral de Paterson, el cual esta ubicado frente a la Carcel del Condado de Passaic, esta carcel no tiene inmigrantes detenidos)
  • De 10:40 a 11:00 AM desarrollaremos una vigilia
  • Finalmente haremos la conferencia de prensa desde las 11:00 hasta 11:30 AM.
El evento terminara a las 11:30 AM. De ahi un grupo partiremos a apoyar las acciones de otros Condados.

Vamos a obsequiar polos (T-Shirts) proveidos por Interfaith Immigratnt Coalition, que dicen Do I look unodcumented ("Yo luzco indocumentado" en el frente) y Say No to racial profiling and yes to immigration reform ("Di no al racismo y si a la reforma migratoria" en la espalda).
Doce millones de gracias por su apoyo.Esperamos verlos el proximo miercoles y posteriormente el jueves 1o de Julio. Al final de este correo Usytedes podran leer muy importantes correos de Kathy O'Leary (Pax Christi New Jersey) y Shai Goldstein (New Jersey Policy Immigrabtion Network).
Sinceramente,

PASSAIC COUNTY COALITION for IMMIGRANT RIGHTS
David Toledo, MA (Community Organizer), Henry Sosa (Team Vision), Gamaliel Guardia (Peruvian American Political Action Committee), Maria del Pilar Rivas (Paterson's Deputy Mayor), Karla Ramos (Advocate), Rosalina Santos (Social Activist), Fernando Martinez (Community Organizer), Maria Perez (Advocate), Deiby Martinez e Isabel Agudelo (Sociedad de Amigos Colombianos) y Gabriela Perez (Camara de Comercio de Mexicanos Unidos).


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Just in case anyone else is considering collecting signatures on petitions at your local event on July 1st, below and attached is the wording that the Jersey City event will be using.

"I recognize the contributions of immigrants to our state. I strongly urge you to reject any legislation resembling Arizona 's SB 1070, a law that denies due process for immigrants, increases the likelihood of racial profiling, and criminalizes those who offer direct aid for immigrants. I also advocate that you support SR66 which condemns Arizona 's recent adoption of SB 1070 and urges the President and United States Congress to enact humane, comprehensive immigration reform that reunites families and provides a pathway to citizenship."

These will be printed as postcards and sent to NJ Senate President Sweeney.

(attached post cards)


Kathy O'Leary
Coordinator - Pax Christi NJ
Chapter Coordinator - Pax Christi Summit
(a local chapter of Pax Christi USA www.paxchristiusa.org )
908-273-0751
www.paxsummit.blogspot.com

"If the whole body were an eye, where would the hearing be? If the whole body were hearing, where would the sense of smell be? But as it is, God placed the parts, each one of them, in the body as he intended. If they were all one part, where would the body be? But as it is, there are many parts, yet one body." 1 Corinthians: 17-20


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We have received the following information regarding Comprehensive Immigration reform

This coming Thursday JULY 1st at approximately 11 am President Obama will make a major statement regarding Immigration at American University – School of International Studies .

This speech significantly increases the importance of the planned press conferences, and vigils scheduled for NJ on July 1st !

YOUR PARTICIPATION IS ESSENTIAL. LOW TURNOUT WILL WEAKEN OUR CAUSE.

WE NEED EVERYONE TO BLAST OUT AND MAKE PHONE CALLS TO ALL ALLIES TO ENSURE AT LEAST 100 PEOPLE AT EACH LOCATION AND HOPEFULLY

200-500 and some locations.

IF YOU CANY CONFIRM 250 PEOPLE AT ANY VIIGIL, PLEASE E MAIL US WITH DETAILS



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