RALLY 29th IN ANAPRA TO BRING CONSCIOUSNESS AND PROTEST THE NARCO WAR VIOLENCE

Anapra, Nuevo Mejico, where the borderline is blurred.  People from Mexico and U.S. sides will join together next week.  7,000 people murdered since 2008.  Many innocents caught in the crossfires.

I’ll be there.  In the crowd–hopefully there will be a crowd.

http://www.grass-roots-press.com/2011/01/10/join-in-binational-peace-…
http://www.facebook.com/peaceandjusticesinfronteras
FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THIS EVENT, PLEASE CONTACT THE ORGANIZERS:
Ana Morales or Christina Garcia at a7mora@gmail.com, and
cegarc@miners.utep.edu and Zulma at (915) 539-1399. Visit us at
www.facebook.com/peaceandjusticesinfronteras <http://www.facebook.com/
peaceandjusticesinfronteras>

Join in binational peace demonstration Jan. 29
January 10, 2011
Peace and Justice without Borders is a coalition of border residents
from the Paso del Norte Metropolitan Region (El Paso-Ciudad Juárez),
concerned with the devastating violence against our brothers and
sisters in Mexico, including victims who are students, youth, women,
men and children. We are joining in solidarity for a binational peace
demonstration at the Sunland Park-Anapra border fence on Saturday
January 29th, 2011 at noon.
Peace and Justice without Borders (Paz y Justicia sin Fronteras)
invites you to this historical event. This peace demonstration and Day
of Action is a call to end the injustices and unnecessary
unprecedented violence that plagues our border communities but
especially in Ciudad Juarez: tragic loss of human life, increased
militarization on both sides of the border, massive population
displacement, violation of human rights, and the need for immigration
reform and political asylum to residents impacted by the border
violence. Our commitment is for social justice for our ailing border
region. Through our work and mobilizing efforts, we strive to bring
awareness, while bringing national and international attention as we
call to the U.S. and Mexican governments to take responsibility in
alleviating the unparalleled wave of violence afflicting our
communities.
Respond to this call for peace and justice by joining us at noon on
Saturday, January 29th  2011 (we encourage everyone to arrive by
11:30am). We will congregate at the Sunland Park-Anapra border fence
to express our concern and solidarity with the people from Ciudad
Juarez, and repudiate the violence our border community is
experiencing.  Key note speakers, testimonies, music, and poetry will
be featured.
Ana Morales
Christina Garcia
For questions and concerns contact Ana Morales or Christina Garcia at
a7mora@gmail.com, and cegarc@miners.utep.edu and Zulma at (915)
539-1399. Visit us at www.facebook.com/peaceandjusticesinfronteras
<http://www.facebook.com/peaceandjusticesinfronteras>

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