The Georgia Latino Alliance for Human Rights calls to end roadblocks associated with racial profiling in immigrant communities.
What: Press Conference Before Meeting with Fairburn Police Department
When: Monday, May 14th 1:00 pm
Where: 191 South West Broad St. Fairburn, Ga. 30213
Who: CPG, Fayetteville Community and the Georgia Latino Alliance for Human Rights (GLAHR)
Recent activation of 287(g) agreements, Se Communities, and HB87, that merge local police with complex federal immigration authorities has led to an increase in racial profiling and discrimination in law enforcement practices.
In Fayetteville, community members will be meeting with Fairburn Police Chief James McCarthy on Monday the 14th to call for an end to roadblocks they describe as focal points of discrimination.