On May 9 and 10 women leaders from across the country are participating in an Emergency Women's Human Rights Delegation to Arizona. They will listen to the stories of women from migratory families in order to learn about and record the impact of SB 1070 on women and children. The delegation will join in a Mother's Day March on Monday, May 10 at 8:30 am from St. Matthews Church to the Capitol in Phoenix. Their findings will be announced at a press conference later that day. In addition, a report of the findings will be sent to the Congressional Caucus for Women's Issues and First Lady Michelle Obama. Join the growing movement of women across the country organizing to stop SB 1070.
To stand with women in Arizona:
1) Sign the following petition to the leaders of the Congressional Caucus for Women's Issues.
2) Mobilize on May 29 for the National Day of Action Against SB 1070 in Phoenix Arizona
3) Organize local campaigns to end policies in your locality that allow for local police and immigration collaboration and open the door for policies like SB1070.