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We Know Our Rights
Designed to equip communities with practical information to protect themselves from unlawful arrests through tools that spark conversation, education and online engagement, We Know Our Rights is an important tool to help build our collective resistance across the country.
Derechos is the first installment of We Know Our Rights. Derechos, comprised of three short vignettes, depicts scenarios based upon actual encounters between immigrants and Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents. Filmed with a cast and crew that is 80% LatinX, the vignettes in Derechos portray tense interactions with ICE agents and illustrate how to best respond when faced with intimidating and/or threatening situations.
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Anti-Fascist Work Group
The Anti-Fascist Work Group (AFWG) is an informal network of grassroots community, activist and political networks committed to defending their own communities, movement spaces and activities, and local businesses against attacks by white supremacists and hate groups. In response to the growing presence of these organized forces, the AFWG coordinates de-escalation, non-violent security and training for faith-based, homeless, community-based and movement groups wishing to learn how to protect and defend themselves when faced with threats from these forces. AFWG organizes educational events to expose the rise of fascism, the misuse of the 1st amendment to allow hate speech, the growing collaboration between popular fascism and fascist elements in the government, and share the organizing being done to resist and oppose it. In addition, AFWG organizes to support activists, community members and organizations against state repression when they are targeted for defending themselves.