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Share your Ideas for May 1st Messages on Enforcement

April 25, 2010

From RiniArt.org

In less than a week, communities around the country will mobilize for immigrant and worker rights.

Here’s your chance to share your ideas for urgent slogans and witty wordsmithing related to halting unjust immigration enforcement. What sign are you making and carrying for May 1st? Or what ideas do you have for others to use?

Share your ideas by leaving them as a comment on this blog post below or on DWN’s Facebook page or tweeting with the hashtags #DWN #May1st or #MayDay. Also share links to photos of your artwork before and after May 1st (tag with #ImmArts so others can find them).

The prize for the best messages? Inspiring others for humane and just immigration reform across the US!

3 Comments leave one →
  1. karlos permalink
    April 30, 2010 5:24 pm

    Obama: This is what America looks like

    Obama: We are the new majority

    Obama: Dignity, not Detention

  2. April 28, 2010 1:46 pm

    via Suzannah Maclay: “What makes you think I am LEGAL?”

    via Rachel LaBruyere: a shirt that says “Does this shirt make me look undocumented?”

  3. April 26, 2010 5:57 pm

    via Hilda Reardon & Azadeh N. Shahshahani:

    Below are the signs I have selected and distributed among some churches. The one I like the most is OBAMA: STOP A REIGN OF TERROR.

    OBAMA :STOP RAIDS
    OBAMA: REUNITE FAMILIES
    OBAMA: QUALITY LIFE FOR WORKERS
    OBAMA: STOP DEPORTATIONS
    OBAMA: FAIR JOBS FOR WORKERS
    OBAMA: STOP A REIGN OF TERROR
    OBAMA: RELIEF TO THE UNDOCUMENTED
    OBAMA: PASS THE DREAM ACT
    OBAMA: STOP 287G
    OBAMA: STOP RACIAL PROFILING

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