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Why I am in Arizona for Mother’s Day

Sunday, May 9, 2010

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First, I forgot my laptop at the office. Then, my luggage in a friend’s car. Finally, I breached security waiting lines at the airport to make my flight on time. I am in Arizona this weekend as part of the women’s movement to participate in a fact-finding delegation to investigate the impact of SB 1070 [...]

MayDay Arizona

Friday, April 30, 2010


The new “papers please” Arizona anti-immigrant law SB 1070, which requires certain members of the immigrant community to be prepared to prove their citizenship status at every turn, has obvious racist implications. Additionally, it is particularly harmful to immigrant women who face domestic abuse. Federal immigration law allows victims of serious crimes in the United [...]

5 Actions You Can Take Immediately Against SB 1070

Tuesday, April 27, 2010


Originally posted at Alternet SB 1070, which makes being undocumented a crime, shows us that we are becoming a country that asks for “your papers, please” much like in Nazi Germany where “Papiere, Bitte” meant the same in German. At CODEPINK, we know that it is not enough to just elect women to office. Despite [...]

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