CCC-USS is helping organize allies to join local actions for #LightsForLiberty a national movement to demand an end to the human concentration camps at the border and the terror in our local immigrant communities.
Friday July 12:
>>Santa Maria • 6 PM – 7:30 PM
Central Plaza Park (Corner of Main & Broadway)
>>Arroyo Grande • 6 PM – 9 PM
Heritage Square Park (Nelson St at Short St)
Saturday July 13:
>>San Luis Obispo • 12 PM – 2 PM
SLO Superior Court, 1050 Monterey St
Caravan from San Luis Obispo to Lights for Liberty Santa Maria Rally/Vigil
Friday July 12th
ALLIES: Show up and support the Central Coast’s most vulnerable community!
Santa Maria will join the national movement to demand an end to the human concentration camps at the border and the terror in our local immigrant communities. The peaceful rally will include a prayer and sidewalk march.
Caravan To Santa Maria Leaves: Friday July 12 at 5:15pm
From: Madonna Plaza Shopping Center
281 Madonna Rd c, San Luis Obispo, CA 93405
(Parking Lot in front of Ulta Beauty)
Santa Maria Rally: 6:00 pm
Central Plaza Park
(Corner of Main & Broadway)
Madonna Plaza Shopping Center - Ulta Beauty parking lot to:
Exit Broadway in Santa Maria
Broadway south 1.8 miles to Central Plaza Park
Text for more info/questions: (805) 628-2283
Posters for Allies: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1VJt2Ky_IITLrQWFPJ_ppw2EX04lEolCd?usp=sharing
Asylum Refugee Humanitarian Aid Donors
Thank you to the Central Coast community for donating much needed supplies for immigrants at the transit centers at the southern border! Because of your donations we were able to ship over 100 lbs of much needed supplies to Las Cruces, New Mexico transit and relief center and drive 150 lbs of additional supplies to Deming and Las Cruces transit and relief centers.
Please join our mailing list to receive updates and for our upcoming townhall debrief to hear what we learned about the humanitarian need at the southern border.
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