Standing in solidarity with the NC10 that got arrested today for protesting unjustices practiced in the state. Besides the 7 youth who have participated in a peaceful civil disobedience, 3 DREAMers, Mohammad and Isabel was arrested for grounds unclear at the moment, and Viridiana was also arrested for attempting to ask the officers a question about unclear arrest of 2 paramedics who were aiding the tired protesters by handing out water and cough drops.
Please help the DreamTeam Nc by pitching in few of your dollars http://undocumentedunafraidnc.chipin.com/dropping-the-fear-in-nc to cover the bail out and other various legal expenses.
and watch the unjust arrests through recorded live streaming > http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/17107677
Alaa Mukahhal gives a thumbs up to fellow Illinois Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights’ protester Arianna Salgado as Salgado is arrested after she helped block the Washington Street exit ramp off of I-94 while protesting the “Secure Communities” program in Chicago, IL on August 17, 2011.
If you are undocumented, you cannot just walk into a local ICE office and demand a “Notice to Appear” issued for you. They’ll tell you that there is nothing they can do for you. You can occupy Congressional offices and shut down traffic for hours on the busiest streets in Los Angeles, but ICE will simply pay you a visit in jail, tell you not to do it again and leave you alone. It takes real skills and a lot of hard-work to get yourself placed in proceedings so here is a list of how to do so.