Do you oppose open borders? Would you like to fight back against bills now in the Massachusetts legislature that would 1) give drivers licenses to illegal aliens and 2) turn Massachusetts into a “sanctuary state” by making it illegal for local law enforcement to cooperate with Immigration and Customs Enforcement in locating and deporting aliens who commit crimes? Would you like to support American workers by having the Massachusetts legislature enact laws that prevent employers from hiring illegal aliens? If so, this is your chance to act.
The Massachusetts Coalition for Immigration Reform (MCIR) Immigration Reform (MCIR) will hold its next meeting on Saturday, December 14 from 10 AM to Noon at the main branch of the Wellesley Public Library, 530 Washington Street, Wellesley, MA 02482.
MCIR is dedicated to 1) strict enforcement of our nation’s immigration laws 2) securing the border 3) reductions in legal immigration and 4) reform of policies toward refugees and asylum. It works with like-minded national organizations such as Numbers USA, the Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR), and the Center for Immigration Studies (CIS). MCIR seeks to educate the public on immigration, and affect related policy at the federal, state, and local levels.
The group will discuss planned activities for 2020. MCIR’s goals are ambitious. Our opponents are well funded and dominate much of the media. MCIR has negligible financial resources, but our biggest advantage is that that the voters share our objectives. MCIR can break through the wall of unfair media coverage and hostile domination of the legislative process only if we mobilize effectively.
Our aim to increase the level of mobilization at all levels. Your level of effort can be high (e.g. testifying at the legislature, serving on an action group, or visiting legislator’s office) or moderate (e.g. posting comments on articles, communicating via the social media or contacting legislators by phone or e-mail.)
The MCIR hopes to establish contacts with like-minded people who would like to participate in any way. If you share our goals and want to change things, MCIR will do our best to support you
For information about this meeting, contact John Thompson at (617) 939-9048