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Sunday, July 22, 2007

Free the children in Hutto-Taylor, Texas


The struggle for defending the human rights of the children at "Hutto" is a growing movement that we as activist must continue, until "ALL PRISONS FOR PROFIT ARE CLOSED." GANDHI once said " I HAVE NOTHING NEW TO TEACH THE WORLD. TRUTH AND NON-VIOLLENCE ARE AS OLD AS THE HILLS." The results of any movement is an extraordinary account of all of us as we grow together in a lifelong experience of in our involvements for justice, every incident, every educational and working experience, every human encounter bring forth social change and liberation. We can have a tremendous influence in liberating the immigrant families and children at these prisons for profit if we unite in these movement to free the children at Hutto. I invite all of the people who want to join in our movement, the Cesar E. Chavez March for Justice organizing committee to come to "Hutto" this Saturday, July 21, and join our "Freedom Bus" Caravans.

We will be leaving, this Saturday JULY 21, at 10:30 am from our Lady of Guadalupe Church, 1321 El Paso. call: Jaime P. Martinez, 210-842-9339,Claudia Sanchez, 210-355-4050,Tony Mandujano, 210-255-7647, to get on the "Cesar E. Chavez Freedom Bus to Free the Children at Hutto.

In Unity;

Jaime P. Martinez, Founder, Chairperson
"Organizer First Cesar E. Chavez March for Justice"

San Antonio Texas - SI SE PUDO


(USA Today) A cell with a baby bed and children's toys is shown at the T. Don Hutto Residential Center in Taylor, Texas. The detention facility houses immigrant families awaiting deportation. Officials with Immigration and Customs Enforcement describe the facility as a residential, nonsecure environment that keeps families together. However, advocacy groups say "it's a prison" and that separation and threats of separation were used as disciplinary tools on adults and children.LM Otero, Pool via AP
USA Today: Migrant jails in Texas and Pennsylvania

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

The cells do not all that bad to me. I'm sure they are much better conditions than what they had back home. Besides..they committed an illegal act. What do they expect? If they choose to drag their children along with them whilst committing the illegal act, then it is the fault of the parents. They can only blame themselves.

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