Thursday, May 6, 2010
Baseball Feels the Social Media Heat on Arizona’s Immigration Law
That particular campaign – Move The Game – is run by Presente.org, a Latino-led online organizing initiative, which is dedicated to “an end to immigration policies that exploit workers and tear apart families.” And there are others: “10,000 Mets Fans for Boycotting Arizona’s 2011 All-Star Game” is a Facebook group sponsored by the Working Families Party in New York (there’s a Yankees version as well) – it already has 286 members. The biggest group (also led by Presente) – 1 MILLION Strong AGAINST the Arizona Immigration Law SB1070 – has already signed up 1.3 million people on Facebook.
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