CALL REQUEST Pro-Illegal Alien Summit @ University of California Riverside – CA taxpayer funded

This is an international conference of illegal immigration supporters, Mexican nationalists, La Raza, reconquistas, communists and Marxists. One of the keynote speakers is Mexican Senator Ana Gabriela Guevara, who is a leader in an America-hating, Marxist political party in Mexico, the Partido Revolutionario Democratica (PRD). She is also president of a commission of the Mexican senate which provides support for illegal immigration. Please call or e-mail the school and complain about this meeting being held on public property. It is outrageous that a Mexican senator is promoting lawbreaking in the US on public property, not to mention that US politicians are attending this charade. Please pass to friends.

We The People California’s Crusader

CALL the Interim Chancellor Jane Close Conoley’s office, and tell her to cancel this racist Chicano summit – promoting lawbreaking. This is squandering the taxpayers’ dollars on an event that undermines the law. If it is after business hours, leave a voice mail message.

EMAIL FORM – Interim Chancellor Conoley

UCR: Pro-Amnesty Summit 3/16/13
Telephone/Email Action Alert

The University of California, Riverside is a taxpayer funded, state university.

NOTE: More than 50 pro-amnesty speakers will address the UCR summit listed below, including Mexican representatives. Please click on this link and view one of the groups from Mexico represented at the summit,

Movimiento Migrante Mesoamericano

The University of California, Riverside – a taxpayer funded state university – will stage the Alliance for Immigration Reform at the University of California, Riverside, National Leadership Summit For Immigration Reform on Saturday, March 16th from 8am – 5:30pm. UCR article: Admission: college students $10, general public $15, high school students free

UCR Ethnic Studies Professor Armando Navarro organized the summit, which features “Chicano” moderators and speakers – even an elected official from drug cartel-infested Sonora, Mexico. See the summit listing at the end of this email.

The Mexican government enforces its strict immigration laws rigorously. However, this summit includes elected officials from Mexico pushing for U.S. amnesty legislation.

Mexican Senator Ana Gabriela Guevara, who represents drug cartel-infested Sonora, Mexico, heads up Mexico’s Migratory Affairs Commission and will be at UCR promoting amnesty in the USA.

Other speakers who are activist leaders from Mexico include Juan Carlos Loera, a representative of Mexicans in the (US) Exterior and Jose Jaques Mediana, Movimiento Migrante Mesoamericano, Mexico.


Pro-illegal alien speakers among the 50 speakers include:

Former California State Senator Gil Cedillo
Former U.S. Congressman Joe Baca
Brown Beret Carlos Montes – who was charged with possession of illegal firearms
Maywood Mayor Felipe Aguirre – who bankrupted the city
Isabel Garcia, Coalicion de Derechos Humanos-Arizona
Eliseo Medina, secretary-treasurer of the Service Employees International Union (SEIU), Is a keynote speaker. The SEIU is the fastest growing union on the West Coast. NOTE: The recent amnesty bus tour and picketing of Southern California Republican Congressmen Miller and Royce was organized by SEIU.
CA State Assemblyman Manuel Perez – author of the California bill that seeks to give illegal aliens work permits in California.

VIEW the full list of speakers/events at the end of this email.

Alliance for Immigration Reform at UC Riverside
National Leadership Summit for Immigration Reform

Saturday, March 16, 2013
8:00am until 5:30pm
AIR at UCR wants to invite you all to participate in a process design to promote comprehensive humane immigration reform. The Panels will be comprised of federal representatives, state and local elected officials, and community activists, to voice their prospects and proposals for the enactment of immigration policy in 2013. You too will have an opportunity to Participate in this non-partisan event vital to ensuing the well being of millions.

@ The HUB (Highlander Union Building) Rm 302
Please visit our Facebook Page :

A voter registration and education project.
Advancing the political empowerment of the Riverside and San Bernardino Counties Latinos.

We don’t need perfect political systems; we need perfect participation.-Cesar E. Chavez
Alliance for Immigration Reform (AIR)
“Immigration Reform Summit”
Saturday, March 16, 2013
University of California, Riverside
Program 8 AM ~ 5:30 PM

8~8:45 AM ~ Registration/Pan Dulce

Musical Presentations

Musical Welcome by Roberto Tijerina
Musical Welcome by Fernando Herrera
Musical Welcome by Rosa Marta Zarate,

9 AM ~ Official University Welcome

Welcome by Air Co-Chairs & Introduction of Summit Organizing Committee
Victoria Tinoco & Joseph Cobb, UCR Political Science Major Students

Mission Statement
Armando Navarro, Professor of Political Science, UCR Department of Ethnic Studies

Morning Keynote
Maria Elena Durazo, Executive Secretary/Treasurer, Los Angeles Federation of Labor, AFL-CIO

9:45 ~ Legislative Panel: Congressional/Obama Proposed Legislation

The Honorable Felipe Aguirre, Mayor City of Maywood, CA (MODERATOR)

The Honorable Luis Gutierrez, U.S. Congressman, State of Illinois (Prerecorded message)
The Honorable Linda Sanchez, U.S. Congresswoman-38th District (Prerecorded message)
The Honorable Jose Medina, State of California Assemblyman-61st District
The Honorable Manuel Perez, Assemblyman-56th District
The Honorable Eduardo Garcia, Mayor of Coachella, CA
Joe Baca, Former U.S. Congressman, State of California
*Tom Saenz, Executive Director-MALDEF
Arnold Torres, Political Consultant on Immigration Reform
Audience: Questions and Answers
10:45 ~ Academic Panel: Congressional/Obama Proposed Legislation

Dr. Miguel Tinker-Salas, Professor of History, Pomona College–(MODERATOR)
Dr. Rudy Acuña, Historian, Professor Emeritus, Department of Chicana/o Studies, CSUN
Dr. Juan Gomez-Quiñones, Historian, Department of History, UCLA
Dr. S. Karthick Ramakrishnan, Associate Professor, Department of Political Science, UCR
Dr. Jesse Diaz, Sociologist, Department of Sociology, La Sierra University
Dr. Ellen Reese, Professor of Sociology, Department of Sociology, UCR
Audience: Questions and Answers

Noon ~ Lunch
Musical Performance by Ramon “Chunky” Sanchez
Gil Cedillo, Former CA State Assemblymember
Lucero Chavez, ACLU Staff Attorney
Housekeeping Notes
(Co-Chair [Afternoon Sessions Explanation)
Honorable Senadora Ana Gabriela Guevara Espinoza
Presidenta de la Comisión de Asuntos Migratorios del Senado de la Republica

1:00 PM ~ Afternoon Keynote
Eliseo Medina, Secretary/Treasurer, SEIU

1:15 ~ Advocates Panel-Part I-Response to Congressional/Obama Legislation Proposals and Summit’s Policy Recommendations
Maria Jimenez, Community Activist with Houston United/Unido-Houston-Texas
Isabel Garcia, Coalicion de Derechos Humanos-Arizona
Nita Gonzales, Escuela Tlteloco-Colorado
Herman Baca, Committee on Chicano Rights-California
Fernando Garcia, Border Network for Human Rights, El Paso-Texas
Carlos Arango, United Network for Immigrant and Refugee Rights-Illinois
*Black Alliance for Just Immigration-California
Carlos Montes, Founder of Legalization for All National Network and the
Steering Committee of the Southern California Immigration Coalition-California
*Rachel Lazar, El Centro de Igualdad y Derechos-New México
Juan Carlos Loera, Mexicana/os en el Exterior, MORENA-México
José Jaques Medina, Movimiento Migrante Mesoamericano (M3)-México
Audience: Questions and Comments and Plan Development-Recommended Legislation
4:00 ~ Advocates Panel-Part II-Summit Proposed Strategy Responses
Maria Jimenez-Texas
Isabel Garcia, Arizona
Nita Gonzales, Colorado
Luz Gallegos, Justice for Immigrants Coalition-Inland Empire-California
Angelica Salas, CHIRLA-California
*Black Alliance for Just Immigration-California
Francisco Bravo, Dreamers-Dream Team of Orange County-California
Walter Ulloa, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Entravision Communications Corporation
Fernando Garcia-Texas
Mario Lazcano, Director, Comité Latino, California
Rachel LaZar, New Mexico
Juan Carlos Loera-Mexico
Javier Rodriguez, Political and Media Strategist and Independent Journalist, California
Jose Jacques Medina-Mexico
Audience-Plan Development Strategy Recommendations

5:20 ~ Closing Remarks
Armando Navarro and Co-Chairs
Closing Song by: Chunky


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