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No to Deportation Police! ¡NO a la Migra!

Want to stand up for the people who are being targeted for unfair deportation in the USA? My good friend from Texas, Courtney, asked me if I would make these two signs.

One is in “Spanglish” and one in full Spanish. “Migra” means “immigration police” and if you are in Texas or California you either are, or you likely have a lot of immigrant friends and neigbors from Mexico who are here working to make our states and our lives better. We don’t believe Trump when he says immigrants are criminals. We know it is a lie. We do not stand for bigotry. We don’t want to see families and lives ripped apart. We know the economy will be hurt, not helped by mass deprtations. We don’t want any of these people deported.

If you are in a position of relative safety, meaning you are a white person and or a legal resident, please consider printing out these signs and putting them in a window or taking them to a protest or placing them somewhere visable so that together as a nation of decent human beings we can visably support our neigbors and stand with them and against Trumps’s bigoted immigration and deportation plans.

Together we are strong.

And remember an ICE or any other other migra or immigration officer is NOT allowed to enter your house without a warrent. Do not let them in without it, make them show it to you though a window, and even then, do not agree to speak to one at all, without a lawyer.

You can click here to download the PDF files from my Patreon. It’s a public post, so you don’t have to pledge to see it.

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Amy Davis Roth (aka Surly Amy) is a multimedia artist who resides in Los Angeles, California. She makes Surly-Ramics She is the fearless leader of Mad Art Lab and cohost of Makers' Hustle Podcast Support her on Patreon. Follow her on twitter: @SurlyAmy or on Google+.

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