Call Elizabeth Strange, First Assistant US Attorney for Arizona and demand that she drop all charges against nine No More Deaths volunteers. Humanitarian aid is never a crime!
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To get out our message that Humanitarian Aid Is Never A Crime, we’re aiming to put out thousands of yard signs around the county before trials of our volunteers start in early 2019. Come join us! We’ll be door-knocking supporters, telling them about the cases and asking them to put a sign in their yard to show their support.
No previous experience with No More Deaths necessary. Bring a buddy or come on your own. Contact our campaign coordinator
Join us on our first day of door-knocking! To get out our message that Humanitarian Aid Is Never A Crime, we’re aiming to put out 25,000 yard signs around the county before trials start in January.
Continue reading HAINC canvass launch: Saturday, October 27
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8TH
8 AM – 11 AM
4202 E KINGS ROAD
Come help us paint a mural along a major thoroughfare in Tucson!
As the trials of our volunteers draw closer, we’re amping up our outreach efforts and making sure that everybody in Tucson knows that HUMANITARIAN AID IS NEVER A CRIME! This mural painting launches our fall lawn sign campaign, which will allow Tucsonians to proudly show their solidarity with No More Deaths and to demand that the government cease the criminalization of aid workers. Come pick up a sign for your yard, learn how you can get involved and help us paint by number!
Snacks, brushes and cold beverages provided. Wear clothes you can get dirty.
Accessibility info: this mural will be painted on a wall along the north side of Broadway between Alvernon and Columbus. We will be working on the sidewalk in little-to-no shade. There will be no bathroom access. Broadway is a busy street with medium to heavy traffic.
No More Deaths Bookkeeper
Conditions: $600 per month. 6 month contract with possibility of extension
Application Deadline: October 9th, 2018
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