We're going back to Texas to Shut Down Ft. Bliss!

On July 17th, Tsuru for Solidarity will return to Texas to join local and national immigrant rights organizations to protest the use of Ft. Bliss where 2,400 immigrant children are being detained. 


In WWII, Ft. Bliss was a U.S. Army Internment Camp that detained ninety one Japanese Americans.


The U.S. is creating an expansive network of un-regulated influx and intake detention sites for children outside of international human rights mandates. Read an op-ed from Satsuki Ina on the use of influx and intake sites.

We are returning to Texas to stand with impacted communities in ways that we needed during WWII. 


Click here for the most up to date information on our plans

Join us for an information session on the action on Wednesday, June 30th at 8pm EDT/5pm PDT. Click here to RSVP.

If you are fully vaccinated*, please sign up to volunteer via this form.

*at least two weeks after your last vaccine dose

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A photo of Gail Nanbu, Chizu Omori, Nikki Louis, and Paul Tomita sharing their statements at the Fort Bliss direct action. Photo Credit: Pressenza, captured from Facebook Livestream.

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