A message from immigrants in the Southeast to undocumented communities and other communities living in resistance, reminding us that the power is within US and that we must organize. This video was created at the 2016 SEIRN Conference in Black Mountain, NC where grassroots groups and organizations from Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Georgia, Alabama, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Florida came together to deepen our understanding of how the immigrant rights movement connects to other struggles for justice, and center healing and culture as acts of resistance.
Black Mountain, NC -- As we grapple with the reality of the election of Donald Trump, the Southeast Immigrant Rights Network (SEIRN) today reaffirms our commitment to the communities that we serve and are a part of. We will not let Trump, any politician, or any person who works against our humanity, deter our fight for our collective liberation, dignity and respect. We say no to any and all agendas of hate. Click here to continue reading.