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Join us for a #FreeThemAll three day action to free everyone from ICE detention amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. On April 2nd, 3rd, and 4th, we’re asking everyone to carry out individual autonomous actions (while practicing social distancing). Blanket the city in banners, signs, and all forms of art to demand an end to ICE’s concentration camps!

Take part in one of our virtual art builds on Thursday (details are below), and DM the Close the Camps NYC FB page, Twitter, or Instagram with photos, video, or other recordings of your art so we can amplify your actions. (You can also email us at info@closethecampsnyc.com).

Get creative with it!

We understand the danger of COVID-19 to our community and want to encourage everyone to practice social distancing while still engaging in action. We are not calling for large gatherings, but individual autonomous actions that don't risk the infection of others.

For more information, check out the #FreeThemAll event page here.

Three Days of Autonomous Actions to

#FreeThemAll

Don't let ICE's dungeons become death camps.

 April 2nd, 3rd, & 4th

Join Us
#FreeThemAll Art Build (2:00 PM)
Zoom
#FreeThemAll Art Build (6:00 PM)
Zoom

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Cosecha

Movimiento Cosecha is a non-violent movement fighting for permanent protection, dignity, and respect for the 11 million undocumented immigrants in the United States.

 

Mijente

Housing Works

New Sanctuary Coalition

Rise and Resist

South Asia Solidarity Initiative

SURJ

National Writers Union

Doctors for Camp Closure

NYC DSA Immigration Justice Working Group

Brandworkers

Indivisible Brooklyn

Hand in Hand: Domestic Workers Alliance 

South Asian Americans Lead Together

Congregations for Justice and Peace

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FAQ

 

What is Nonviolent Direct Action?

 

Nonviolent direct action (often known as civil disobedience) is the purposeful and public defiance of the law to motivate political or social change.

Does Nonviolent Direct Action Work?

 

Yes! More than writing letters, marching, or texting your friends. NVDA has a rich history of making real political change. You can read more about that here

Can I still be involved if I don't want to be arrested?

Yes! We need jail support, police liaisons, art, media outreach, and more. Sign up below to help out in whatever way you can

 

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the Word Out

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