We're bringing you on to the Action Network site, which we are using to manage events.
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Events you can organize:
- A picket at local politician's office or another location that is appropriate
- A forum, community meeting or dinner
- A rally, march or other public action
Visuals you can use:
- Strollers to represent CareWorkers, tomatoes to represent farmworkers, jails and bars to represent detentions, butterflies to represent migration and shoes to represent the struggles migrants and refugees take to travel and stay here.
It’s really important that we do this collectively. Organizers in each city are encouraged to reach out to the broadest group of allies under the umbrella of 'anti-racism and migrant justice' - union locals, police accountability activists, service providers, faith groups, as well as of course refugee and migrant led groups. These actions are about building new or strengthening existing local hubs of organizing that are connected to a cross-Canada network. Wherever possible - they must be led by self-organized groups of migrants and refugees. Think of March 21 as a step in this journey - so that we become more unified over the year.