Thousands Protest Trump Speech in Phoenix
At least 4,000 people protested President Trump's speech in Phoenix, Ariz., on Tuesday, including Center staff who drove up from our Tucson headquarters.
The nonviolent rally — held in 107 degree heat — focused on social and environmental justice, especially timely in the face of Trump's bigoted, anti-immigrant agenda and destructive border wall.
"We're not about to let Trump come to Arizona without raising our voice for people, wildlife and our border communities," said Regina Romero, the Center's director of Latino engagement. "What I saw in Phoenix was a testament to how strong, powerful and diverse this resistance is becoming. We're inspired and ready to take on Trump at every turn."
Read more in the Los Angeles Times.