UPDATE, 4/28/11, 10:45am—Due to inclement weather, the rally today will be postponed until 11:30am on May 5.
Here’s info on an LGBT and immigrant rights rally today and an march to stop deportations on Sunday, May 1.
Courtesy of the New York Civil Liberties Union:
Join the Nassau County Chapter on Thursday, April 28 for a rally at Nassau Community College that will bring together advocates for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender rights and immigrants’ rights. We’re sponsoring the rally with student groups from the college and other civil rights and LGBT advocates.
Gather with neighbors and friends to press Gov. Cuomo and other elected officials to pass marriage fairness legislation and withdraw our state from Secure Communities, a misguided federal immigration enforcement program that threatens civil rights and weakens public safety. Free T-shirts for all who attend! We will gather in front of the College Union building and march through the campus.
Thursday, April 28, 11am
Front of the College Union building
1 Education Drive, Garden City
March for Immigration Reform in Hempstead
Join the NYCLU, the Workplace Project, and our partners in the fight to fix the nation’s broken immigration system on Sunday, May 1, at 11 a.m. in Hempstead to march and rally for comprehensive immigration reform and call on the Obama administration to end the misguided Secure Communities program.
The march will kick off at the corner of Franklin and Front streets in Hempstead. We’ll march to Fulton and Washington.
For more information, contact the NYCLU’s Nassau County Chapter at 516.741.8520 or email@example.com.
Sunday, May 1, at 11am
Corner of Franklin and Front streets in Hempstead