“Fight for Justice” Photo: NAKASEC
Outside the Supreme Court yesterday, hundreds gathered to protest Arizona’s law. A few hours later, hundreds more community members gathered in Phoenix with the same message. Immigrant families and activists, carrying a banner that read: “ICE, Stop Deporting Arpaio’s Victims. Not One More. No SB 1070. No S-Comm. No Arpaio” stood boldly in front of immigration offices to protest the law. In Arizona, protests ended with nine arrests, AZfamily.com reported.
SB 1070 requires law enforcement officers to question anyone they suspect may be undocumented, and allows police officers to detain someone while they’re determining their legal status. Immigrant and civil rights advocates have argued that the law all but compels law enforcement officers to racially profile people, and amounts to a bald attack on immigrant communities. 
Source: (Colorlines)

“Fight for Justice” Photo: NAKASEC

Outside the Supreme Court yesterday, hundreds gathered to protest Arizona’s law. A few hours later, hundreds more community members gathered in Phoenix with the same message. Immigrant families and activists, carrying a banner that read: “ICE, Stop Deporting Arpaio’s Victims. Not One More. No SB 1070. No S-Comm. No Arpaio” stood boldly in front of immigration offices to protest the law. In Arizona, protests ended with nine arrests, AZfamily.com reported.
SB 1070 requires law enforcement officers to question anyone they suspect may be undocumented, and allows police officers to detain someone while they’re determining their legal status. Immigrant and civil rights advocates have argued that the law all but compels law enforcement officers to racially profile people, and amounts to a bald attack on immigrant communities. 

Source: (Colorlines)