Texas and 9 other states have given Trump until September 5th to repeal DACA, but we refuse to go back in the shadows. Our youth movement is mobilizing again and we’re done with politicians who fail our community on Capitol Hill. Instead, we're taking the fight to Texas and planning the first immigrant-led disruptive action under Trump.
All Eyes on Texas
Texas's SB4 is the latest version of racist anti-immigration laws aimed at separating our families. We're fighting back with power as consumers and workers by boycotting businesses that support SB4. We're also taking it to the streets--using actions to highlight this injustice. We won't cooperate until we get the respect we deserve.
Corporations want immigrant money but not immigrants. There's no better example of this than Walmart. They exist in every immigrant community and the profit they make from our people funds detention centers and our own deportations. Ya basta! To show our power as consumers, we're stopping business as usual and boycotting Walmart.
Un Día Sin Inmigrantes
On May 1, 2017 the immigrant community went on strike to show that this country depends on us! Across the country, Cosecha organizers led and participated in local marches and actions to amplify our message. Supported by over 15 partner organizations, including SEIU West, the Food Chain Workers Alliance, Our Revolution, and Unite Here, our people took the streets in 50 cities and 25 states in our largest nationally coordinated campaign yet.