Attend a Lights for Liberty protest near you on Friday, July 12.
The protest’s full name is Lights for Liberty: A Vigil to End Human Concentration Camps. Events that draw attention to the crisis created by the camps and by the Trump administration’s policies are planned across America and the world.
Because these protests are vigils, most events will take place at night, and many will take place near facilities that are holding migrants.
Events are being added all the time. We’re dropping the direct link to the event list here but will repeat it below.
If you can go, please consider inviting friends and family to come with you. You have power, and now is the time to use it.
If you can’t go, and you have experience with caring for children, consider offering to babysit for other protestors.
You can also boost #LightsforLiberty on social media, buy Lights for Liberty merch, and donate to the organizers.
Main website for Lights for Liberty:
List of Lights for Liberty local events:
Link to the form through which you can create your own Lights for Liberty event (please scroll down; please remember to obtain any permissions or permits you might need; and please choose an area that’s accessible to the disabled):
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