Students from Shorewood High School to do a Banner Drop at Shoreline City Hall to support refugee and immigrant rights

Sunday, April 7, 2019

On April 9, 2019, students from the Shorewood High School chapter of Amnesty International will lead a demonstration to demand action from policy makers and elected officials to create a welcoming and safe environment for immigrants and refugees in Shoreline and the greater Seattle area. 

“We need to reframe the narrative around refugees and immigrants. We are just human beings like any other.” said Maria Solano, President of Shorewood Amnesty International, and immigrant from Nicaragua.

There will be a large banner drop at Shoreline City Hall to create a statement and to urge legislators to take action.

"In a time of hate and violence, we, the youth, must be the voices of change and action."

National Week of Student Action - Banner Drop
Shoreline City Hall, 17500 Midvale Ave N, Shoreline 98133
Local youth, parents, and community supporters
April 9th, banner drops at 3:00pm

Updates and pictures of the event will be on Instagram: @SWAmnestyInternational

Shorewood Amnesty International is a local youth-led chapter of Amnesty International


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