SAN DIEGO (NEWS 8) – Advocates, faith leaders, attorneys and immigrant families gathered Tuesday for the launch of the San Diego Rapid Response Network, a coalition modeled after others in the state that aims to prepare for and respond to what organizers describe as inhumane immigration enforcement activities.
Volunteers gathered at St. Jude’s Shrine of the West church to pledge to protect immigrant families. People shared stories in English and Spanish and prepared to knock on doors in the region to inform families of resources available from the rapid response network, according to the group.
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The network is a coalition of nonprofits that will pool resources to respond to act
ions such as immigration checkpoints, raids and arrests. The group has a 24-hour
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