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9500 Liberty

18 Nov

9500 LIBERTY

Prince William County, Virginia becomes ground zero in America’s explosive battle over immigration policy when elected officials adopt a law requiring police officers to question anyone they have “probable cause” to suspect is an undocumented immigrant.

9500 Liberty reveals the startling vulnerability of a local government, targeted by national anti-immigration networks using the Internet to frighten and intimidate lawmakers and citizens. Alarmed by a climate of fear and racial division, residents form a resistance using YouTube videos and virtual townhalls, setting up a real-life showdown in the seat of county government.

The devastating social and economic impact of the “Immigration Resolution” is felt in the lives of real people in homes and in local businesses. But the ferocious fight to adopt and then reverse this policy unfolds inside government chambers, on the streets, and on the Internet. 9500 Liberty provides a front row seat to all three battlegrounds.

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If you’ve signed the pledge to Drop the I-word, we thank you. You’ve joined thousands of people from across the country who are demanding respect by rejecting the I-Word, “illegals”, as a designation of their neighbors, children, families and themselves.

We hope that you will continue to educate others by hosting a viewing party for 9500 Liberty, a movie that tells the story of Prince William County, Virginia, which passed a law just like Arizona’s SB 1070 in 2007. Anyone who cares about the future of our country must see this film.

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Posted by on November 18, 2010 in get educated

 

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