The main immigration rights group here has been politically compromised for a long time. It has an annual parade without banners or placards so that no one knows what the parade is about. It can hardly be called a political event. It appears more to obstruct immigration rights activity than lead it. Now it is in the midst of a #MeToo catastrophe for protecting a staff member for ten years who was a serial rapist & for maligning his accusers. They have sponsored almost no political actions against the border wall or against the local concentration camp for refugee children.
There are many activists involved in actions against the border wall but there need to be daily, ongoing protests at the concentration camp facility. If necessary, I will take my placard down there & picket by myself but I would prefer others join me. What is optimal is that a coalition form to organize a visible presence at the concentration camp. Is anyone interested in working on such an initiative?