Be part of a Rapid Response Team to defend immigrant communities

To this day, OccupyNWDC holds nightly noise rallies at 9pm outside the NW Detention Center to show solidarity with folks being held in inhumane conditions. If you cannot make the trek to Tacoma, you can still do something. Regardless of your immigration status, knowing how to interact with ICE is vital, and it could save someone from being detained.

Action: Arm yourself with rapid-response information to combat ICE

This Wednesday, August 15th, Immigrant Solidarity Network is partnering with World Relief Seattle to host a Rapid Response training from 2pm-4pm at World Relief Seattle (841 Central Ave N, Ste C-106, Kent, Washington 98032) WA. In this training you will learn how to interact with ICE at home and work, how to document ICE activity, and how to become part of a rapid response team.

Event info here:

If you cannot attend the training, please take time to print out United We Dream’s Know Your Rights fliers, or to write down the hotline for reporting ICE activity (1-844-724-3737). You can also print out the ACLU’s overview of immigration rights within the border zone (reminder: Seattle is in a border zone). Keep this information on you at all times. This way, if you encounter ICE attempting to detain immigrants, you can do something - you can call the hotline. If you know someone who's an immigrant, you can make sure they know their rights and what to do in case of ICE contact.





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