RYSE is outraged by the rescinding of DACA and by the continued dehumanization and state-led terror led on our communities. More than anything, this emboldens our determination to ensure our members, our staff, our families, and our communities are safe and free.
RYSE will continue to serve as a sanctuary and affirming space for our members, just as ever, more than ever.
We will defend, fight, and lead with love and rage for our beloved 800,000 dacamented and 11 million undocumented.
We will win.
Last updated: 10/5/17
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