Border Communities Speak Up, Won’t ‘Shut Up’ During Sessions/Kelly Visit to San Diego

Rally will feature chalkboards for residents to say what the border really needs (hint: not walls, more agents and detention centers)


SAN DIEGO, CA -  Community and faith leaders will join border residents from across San Diego for a rally to speak up, not “shut up,” during a visit by Attorney General Sessions, Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security General Kelly, and Senate Homeland Security Committee Chairman Johnson.

Not only have these high-ranking government officials refused to meet with border residents every time they have visited the border, but both Attorney General Sessions declared war on our communities and shockingly Sec. Kelly told Congress to “shut up” when it comes to concerns about border enforcement.

San Diegans will stand united to demonstrate that our communities deserve to be treated with respect and dignity.  Rally will push back against the wall, warmongering, and threats to our border community and way of life.


Who: Community and faith leaders

When:  Friday, April 21 at 10 AM

Where: 4463 Camino De La Plaza, San Ysidro, CA 92173

Directions and parking

Take I-5 South and exit on Dairy Mart Road, turn right onto Dairy Mart Road and then left onto Camino de la Plaza

Paid parking is available across the street from the Port of Entry. There may be off street parking on Camino de la Plaza.