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Albuquerque March and Rally to Unite Against Hate! Stand up to Trump & Bigotry

Hating Hate

ABQ United Front Against Hate via Facebook

Join ABQ United Front Against Hate this Sunday to stand up to the lions of injustice at their March and Rally to Unite Against Hate. The subtext to this event is Stand up to Trump & Bigotry. “We can't stand by while people like Donald Trump use their power and money to spread hatred,” the event's organizers write. Rally with others in the community at Albuquerque Civic Plaza at 2pm to raise your voice against the many ills afflicting society and resist a growing culture of hate. (Maggie Grimason)

Sunday Feb 21, 2016

1 Civic Plaza
Albuquerque, NM 87102
US

Cost:

FREE

Ages:

ALL-AGES!

More events at Civic Plaza

March with others to stand up to hate, violence, injustice, sexism, homophobia, transpobia and racism in the US and New Mexico.

JOIN US TO DEMAND:

  • Stop the hate! Stop the violence! We are all together!
  • Let's stand together with our Muslim and Arab American neighbors!
  • Let's stand together with immigrant workers and families!
  • Let's stand together with the Black community fighting for justice!
  • Let's stand together with refugee communities!
  • Let's stand together with women who only want access to reproductive healthcare!
  • NO to racist, sexist and anti-LGBTQ violence!
  • Let's stand together with Native Americans against Border Town violence and attacks on Native sovereignty!

Defend those that are under attack!

There are growing efforts to whip up hatred against people in our community. We can’t stand by while people like Donald Trump use their power and money to spread hatred against Muslims, Arabs, Mexicans, immigrants, refugees, LGBTQ people, women or anyone. Enflaming hatred, scapegoating and racist rhetoric have no place in our society. Sickening acts of violence against Mosques, women’s healthcare clinics, and ordinary people everywhere are on the rise. We are united against acts of violence, including inflammatory statements against any group.

This march of hatred cannot be unopposed. This is a dangerous moment and that’s why we all have to unite! Preying on people’s fears requires us to say that immigrants, Muslims, refugees and other assailed communities are not the problem. Espousing hatred and violence is the problem! We are the majority. An injury to one is an injury to all!

Join the February 21 mobilization to Unite Against Hate! Join together with your neighbors, families, workers and everyone to stand up to Trump and all forms of bigotry!

CALLED BY: ABQ UNITED FRONT AGAINST HATE

Organized and endorsed by Albuquerque Center for Peace and Justice, Islamic Center of New Mexico, Blessed Oscar Romero Catholic Community, ANSWER NM, Party for Socialism and Liberation, The Red Nation, SouthWest Organizing Project, New Mexico Faith Coalition for Immigrant Justice, El Centro de Igualdad y Derechos, United Voices for Refugee Rights, Friends of Sabeel ABQ, Coalition to Stop $30 Billion to Israel, Veterans for Peace ABQ, Stop the War Machine, Jewish Voice for Peace ABQ, Bernie Sanders at UNM, Encuentro, La Plazita Institute, Mujeres Colectiva, ABQJustice, Burque Media Productions, People's Lapel Camera of Albuquerque, UNM SOAP (Students Organizing Actions for Peace), Rock Against Racism, St. Mary Magdalene ECC, SURG-NM (Showing Up for Racial Justice), The Rev. Angela Herrera, minister of First Unitarian Church, Pastor Janet Norden, of University Heights United Methodist Church and First United Methodist Church, Bernalillo County La Raza Unida, Los Jardines Institute, Santa Feans for Justice in Palestine, Progressive Democrats of America Central New Mexico (PDA-CNM), Theater Grottesco, Gray Panthers, Green Party of New Mexico, Green Party of the Albuquerque Metropolitan Area, UNM Community Engagement Center, and UNM Dream Team.

Call 505-268-9557 if your organization or group would like to endorse and to find out more info about how to participate. Everyone who endorses call to action is welcome to help plan this event. We meet weekly on Thursdays at 4pm at the Peace Center.