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A radical open-borders group known as the “New York Immigration Coalition” (or to be precise, the N.Y. Illegal Immigration Coalition) is organizing a protest on Thursday (July 8th) against Major League Baseball, which is scheduled to hold the 2011 All-Star game in Arizona. The Arizona-bashers will head to MLB’s Park Avenue headquarters to demand that the venue be changed:

Rally Urging MLB to Move 2011 All-Star Game Out of Arizona!

Thursday, July 8, 2010

It’s time to send a message to Arizona: we oppose the un-American law (SB1070) that threatens civil rights and undermines basic notions of fairness. We call on Major League Baseball to do the same by moving the 2011 All-Star Game OUT of Arizona!

Join us for an exciting rally on Thursday July 8th outside the Major League Baseball Headquarters in New York City!

WHAT: Rally to move the 2011 MLB All-Star Game out of Arizona and protest Arizona’s anti-immigrant laws

WHEN: Thursday, July 8, 2010, 12 noon (please arrive at 11:45am)

WHERE: 245 Park Ave @ 46th Street (MLB Headquarters)

WHY: Moving the 2011 All-Star game from Phoenix, AZ will send the message that baseball, the quintessential American sport, will not accept the un-American treatment of its players or its fans.

**If your organization wants to join us and co-sponsor this event, please email [email protected] with your organization’s name and how many people your organization will bring!**

Co-sponsors include (list in formation): The New York Immigration Coalition, African Services Committee, Cabrini Immigrant Services, CARECEN, Greater New York Labor-Religion Coalition, La Union de La Comunidad Latina, Long Island Immigrant Alliance, Minkwon Center for Community Action, New York Civic Participation Project, New York Civil Liberties Union, and Northern Manhattan Coalition for Immigrants Rights.

For more information, please contact The New York Immigration Coalition ([email protected]).

No word on where they want the game moved. Perhaps a cash-starved, ailing illegal alien sanctuary city such as Maywood, CA?

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• Category: Ideology • Tags: Immigration 
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