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Sonoma County Group Plans Hotline for Emergency Immigration Action

Seeking to establish a secure environment for Sonoma County residents, the North Bay Rapid Response Network is creating a hotline for residents to witness immigration enforcement activities that threaten members of our community.

The 24-hour hotline will activate a phone tree that calls volunteers to respond to raids on undocumented immigrants by ICE and other agencies.

If you are interested in joining this collaboration, contact Susan Shaw at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or click here to visit their website.


Un Grupo del Condado de Sonoma Planea Establecer Una Línea Directa Dirigida a la Acción de Emergencia de Inmigración  

Buscando establecer un ambiente seguro para los residentes del Condado de Sonoma, North Bay Rapid Response Network  está creando una línea directa para que los residentes se comuniquen si llegan a ser testigos de las actividades de imposición de inmigración.

La línea directa de 24 horas activará una red telefónica que llamara a voluntarios para responder a las redadas contra inmigrantes indocumentados por ICE y otras agencias.

Si está interesado/a en unirse a esta colaboración, comuníquese con Susan Shaw, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. o haga clic aquí para visitar la página de internet.

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