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Dear Brothers and Sisters,
You should all know that Missionaries for Compassion toward Immigrants is still alive! We are going to have a meeting in March to talk about what we want to do for the foreseeable future with the organization and organize some service projects.
This meeting is of great importance. I have been mentioning to a few people that if we don’t see more than 20 people there, the group will only stay alive in Los Angeles (they report doing some amazing things there) and Logan (“Aggies for Compassion toward Immigrants” is a local chapter centered around Utah State University). We hope to establish a precedent for meeting at least every month. Again, if there is not a decent turnout, it makes no sense to continue. Make this a priority if you really care about what is happening to your own communities and the well-being of people who you care for. “Helping” or “supporting” means showing up, not offering advice on the philosophy of the group or posting, “I support you guys,” on the Internet, Facebook or otherwise.
We’re about being a help to people, not congratulating ourselves on our less-than-barbaric approach to associating with our sisters and brothers. Please come. If you need more information, my contact information is available on the Facebook page or the blog. The date/time/place:
Thursday, March 18
606 West 1720 North, Apartment 236
Click here for a map from the I-15 exit
Again, set your priorities. Some awful things are happening to our brothers and sisters, as well as some potentially wonderful changes in US immigration policy, and we need to be there to influence it all for the better.
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