Postcards from Immigrant Justice Organizing in Virginia

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Carolina Velez, Wayside’s Richmond-based organizer, ?sent in two postcards from the immigrant justice front in Virginia.
From Roanoke:?
Dear Wayside,
We had a powerful immigrant rights organizing training here in Roanoke. We talked about race, class, power, capitalism, and all the reasons people migrate. We talked about what kind of immigrant justice people would actually like to see here in Virginia. Most importantly, we were a group of people directly affected by immigration policy and deportation, and we strategized together how we might win and thrive at home in our communities. ?In this area, there are so few opportunities like this in Spanish, and

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it was a beautiful thing to have 15 people together for a day to do this important work.

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With love,
From Richmond:?
Dear Wayside,
We are a regional movement! Today Latin@ organizers from Richmond, Harrisonburg, Washington DC, and Roanoke came together to meet each other for the first time and to begin to grow our movement together. ?People shared stories about what they are organizing in their homes. We discussed how the immigration system works, what is behind the machinery of detention, and what is happening nationally to combat this. We began to build an analysis of class, power, race, and intersectionality. ?We shared what we knew about the Not 1 More Campaign, ?the UndocuBus, and more. What’s next? Campaign and action planning!
In Solidarity,