Santa Cruz Opt Out and STOP Deportations NOW!

We need students to attend Santa Cruz City Council meeting in support of AB 1081 (TRUST Act). The council will be voting to Otp Out of the “Secure Communities” (S-Comm) deportation program. It is important that students show up in numbers.We can not allow the police force to become a branch of ICE. S-Comm is misleading for a number of reasons. One of the issues around S-Comm is it will further stop residents from relaying or working with the police because they fear deportation. This fear is not what we want or need in our communities.

If you want to connect with others please join the event page by clicking here

If you can not join the meeting please contact the city council to support resolution AB 1081 (TRUST Act) which allows the city to opt out.
(831) 420-5020
citycouncil@cityofsantacruz.com

You can find the city councils agenda here.

Meeting times and location:

Time
Tuesday, May 10 · 3:00pm – 6:00pm

Location
 ICE online detainee Locatorhttps://locator.ice.gov/odls/homePage.do
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One Response to Santa Cruz Opt Out and STOP Deportations NOW!

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