Alejandra Pablos is an immigrant rights and reproductive rights organizer who has been in immigration custody at the Eloy Detention Center in Arizona. She has been detained since March 7th, when she showed up to her ICE check-in.
Ale is nationally known for her fearless work. She is a powerful story teller, a relentless fighter, and a passionate advocate. She is outspoken about her experience as an immigrant, as a Latina woman who has exercised her right to choose, and as person who has been criminalized, and how those experiences are weaved together. At her job at the National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health (NLIRH), Ale organizes with Latina women to fight for improving policies that women’s healthcare and reproductive rights, particularly under-represented communities of color.
For Mijente and our members, Ale is also family. She was one of the first people who became a Mijente member when we first put out the call for a political home. She threw down when we took on the infamous Sheriff Joe Arpaio, she showed up to the very first meet up in DC, and has been consistent in her love and support for Mijente. have edjoin this campaign
This call is also open to all who are ready to continue the fight to #ReleaseAle. Ale has shown us what the possibilities are when we create space for each other to live, laugh, fight, feel joy, and build our power. And we know that it is going to take a collective effort to get Ale out of Detention and the long term work to dismantle ICE and defend our communities.
Join us to get the update about how Ale is doing and what are the best ways to make sure she is free.
This call will be held through zoom software. Once you RSVP, you will receive the link via email.