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Tuesday, April 24, 2018

Support the MAS Women's Plaza Honorees Campaign

As part of the Raza Studies continuing struggle, many of the mostly young women who took direct action, including: getting arrested after HB 2281 was signed in 2010; taking over the school board on April 26, 2011; and getting arrested at the highly militarized meeting on May 3, 2011, are being honored as part of the MAS Women's Plaza Honorees Campaign Project at the University of Arizona. Initially, some 2 dozen students, community members and elders are being honored with a brick in their name. Kim Dominguez, who herself has already been honored at the Plaza, is coordinating this campaign. Please contribute so their roles in history are not disappeared. About half the funds needed have already been raised! Donations are 100% tax deductible and there is no minimum. Just select N/A or Gift! THIS is precisely how you pass the mic and leverage your resources.

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