25089/2/2005 - On Sept 16th, 2005 - Minute-Men-s0s to explain their approach to border security at Panel discussion...
- Sep 2, 2005
From: Lucy Hernandez [mailto:lucy@...]
Sent: Thursday, September 01, 2005 9:59 AM
To: adam.gonzales@...; rcolon@...
Cc: 'Nancy Hernandez'; 'Leticia Bayona'
Subject: Minute-Men to arrive at the Mexican Heritage Plaza on September 16th!!!
By the way, below is a description of the event and more information can be found on: http://www.mhcviva.org/events/detail/2005-09-16-minutemen.html
Comité César Chávez
wk. (408) 928-2434
fax. (408) 928-2431
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The Minutemen: Controversy Over Policing the U.S.-Mexico Border
Sponsored by the Commonwealth Club of California and the Mexican Heritage Plaza
Mexican Heritage Plaza Theater, 1700 Alum Rock Ave., San Jose, CA
September 16, 2005, 11:30 a.m. (Registration), 12:00 p.m. (Program)
* Chris Simcox, Organizer, The Minuteman Civil Defense Corps
* Art Torres, Chairman, California Democratic Party
* Michael Deleon, Minuteman Volunteer
* Marcela Medina, General Manager, Univision 14 KDTV - Moderator
DETAILS: The Minuteman Project, which has deployed hundreds of armed volunteers in Arizona for a border watch, is currently enlisting volunteers to patrol the New Mexico, Texas and California borders this fall. Simcox, founder of the Minutemen, will explain their approach to border security. Panelists will discuss the wisdom of having citizen patrols operating on the U.S. side of the Mexican border to stem the tide of illegal immigration. They will debate the tactics used by the Minuteman Civil Defense Corps, the need to protect the civil rights of immigrants, the issues around safety of the volunteers and others, how we might improve the performance of the Border Patrol and new ideas for restraining illegal immigration, such as the Bush administration's proposed temporary worker-visa program. This forum is part of the 'Salon de Mexico' series co-sponsored by San Jose's Mexican Heritage Plaza, bringing influential speakers to the Bay Area to discuss the leading issues affecting the Latino community today.
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