October 20, 2019

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*** STATEMENT *** MAYOR LONDON BREED ON POTENTIAL RAIDS BY IMMIGRATION AND CUSTOMS ENFORCEMENT
June 21, 2019

Posted Courtesy Wright Enterprises Community Spotlight~~~

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

Friday, June 21, 2019

Contact: Mayor’s Office of Communications, 415-554-6131

 

*** STATEMENT ***

MAYOR LONDON BREED ON POTENTIAL RAIDS BY IMMIGRATION AND CUSTOMS ENFORCEMENT

 

“It is unconscionable that the Federal administration is targeting innocent immigrant families with secret raids that are designed to inflict as much fear and pain as possible. Here in San Francisco, we will always demonstrate our values of diversity and inclusiveness by being a sanctuary city that stands up for all our residents and neighbors.

 

We will continue to remain vigilant and offer services for all immigrants through the Office of Civic Engagement and Immigrant Affairs. We want our entire community to be prepared. Residents should call the SF Rapid Response Hotline at 415-200-1548 to report raids or get deportation legal assistance. For information about immigration legal help in San Francisco, go to immigrants.sfgov.org.”

 

 

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