Join us on Saturday June 30 at 3pm to send a message that we won't stand for Trump's inhumane immigration policies. Here are the details from MoveOn:
FAMILIES BELONG TOGETHER EVENT
Saturday June 30, 3pm
Here are all the details for Saturday, thank you for your patience!
PARKING: Use Portola High School parking lot on Merit. Main rally area will be in northeast corner of lot, and we will have volunteers directing traffic. Your GPS may take you to lot on Cadence on west side of campus, which can be used for overflow.
ACCESIBILITY: ADA parking is available near the main rally area. We will have a few chairs available, but please bring your own if you can. There will be a van to transport people from high school to march end point just outside of detention facility, where we will have a second rally.
MARCH: Distance is 1-1/4 miles to secondary rally point outside James A. Musick detention facility. All parking in the adjacent industrial complexes is restricted (private property). If you attempt to park there, do so at your own risk.
TOY DRIVE: We will be accepting donations of items for an Orange County facility that is housing unaccompanied minors. Attendees are encouraged to bring the following requested items (NEW, not used): Soccer balls Volleyballs Sports equipment Outdoor game activities Playing cards Craft kits and supplies PG-13 movie DVDs Spanish books MP3 players and there will also be a cash donation box
VOLUNTEERS: We still need volunteer marshals who can arrive early (2:00-2:15pm) and stay until end of march, which should be no later than 5:30. You can sign up here: https://www.volunteersignup.org/DP7KW
SIGNS & BANNERS: Please feel free to bring signs and banners! We will also have some pre-made signs and supplies to make signs if you don't have your own.
WEAR WHITE: MoveOn is asking all attendees to the over 500 marches on June 30 to wear white as a show of solidarity. Locally, we are also asking everyone to wear a YELLOW RIBBON. We will have some ribbons available at the sign making table.
We already have a lot of great speakers lined up, including local immigrants' rights activist Monica Brasov-Curca from Activate Labs, immigration attorney Jennifer Lee Koh from Orange County Justice Fund, Holocaust survivor and WAVE member Margaret Houffelaar, clergy, community leaders, local elected officials, and more. Hope to see you all Saturday!