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UUs Arrested July 29th, 2010 – National Day of Non-Compliance

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Jul 30, 2010

The following were arrested on July 29th during non-violent civil disobedience in response to SB1070. Many have been arraigned and released. Some are awaiting arraignment as we speak. Please hold them and their families, as well as all who were arrested (total 83) in your thoughts and prayers. And give them a big THANK YOU if you see them!

Margy Angle
Rev. Colin Bossen
Rita Butterfield
Mar Cardenas
Rev. Melissa Carvill-Ziemer
Kat Crabtree
Bill Dishongh
Asa Dufee
Shawna Foster
Rev. Susan Frederick-Gray
Elka Ladd
Annette Marquis
Rev. Jan Meslin
Leslie Mills
Rev. Peter Morales
Sondra Mort
Lee Sanchez
Kat Sinclair
Rev. Pallas Stanford
Jolinda Stephens
Tempie Taudte
Trent Tripp
Dawn Usher
Audrey Williams
Peter Wilson
Rev. Ian White Maher
Rev. Greg Ward
Mark Williamson
Rev. Wendy Von Zirpolo

9 Responses to “UUs Arrested July 29th, 2010 – National Day of Non-Compliance”

  1. Sitting in the Redwoods and sendng thoughts of love. Thanks for being there!

  2. Sitting in the Redwoods and thinking of you! thanks for being there!

  3. Southwest Pctures (in co-operation with the Southwest Conference United Church of Christ) is in the process of documenting all faith based efforts regarding the human rights struggle on film for release later in 2010.

    We would love to hear your individual stories about your participation in the events here in Arizona and elsewhere.

    Thank You for your service to the cause of humanity

  4. Sondra Mort says:

    It was a joy meeting as many of these fine people as I did! Thank you for advocating for me to get my medicines! I believe that without your help and support I would have been going through withdrawals either in the cell with everyone, or more likely, in a cell all by myself!

    Y’all have inspired me and I will stand with you because I too believe in equality for everyone and am so impressed with the capacity for love I witnessed!

    Blessings and love to each of you!

  5. Trent Tripp says:

    As a UU from West Valley Unitarian Universalist Church in Glendale AZ who also spent Thursday night in jail after Standing on the Side of Love in an intersection outside the Wells Fargo Building in downtown Phoenix, I would like to thank everybody for your support and vigil. It was a great joy to hear the crowd cheer as my fellow demonstrators and I were slowly released from Sheriff Joe’s jail on Friday afternoon. After over 26 hours in this stark, cold, hostile environment, the cheers and love coming from that crowd waiting outside were just the thing to rekindle my spirit. Thank you, Trent Tripp

  6. Kat Sinclair says:

    Blessings to all my fellow people of faith, including you, too, Sondra, who stood, sat, and sang with me!

  7. Please add Trent Tripp’s name to the list of those arrested.
    Thank you.

  8. Dawn usher says:

    Hi Sondra,

    I was so heartened to see you in the hallway while I was still in jail—you looked so much better! I am also very touched that you sent the thank you along. I hope that your recovery continues to go well- someone who would go to the trouble to send a thank you to a relative stranger is a winner in my book.

  9. admin says:

    We’ve added both Sondra Mort and Trent Tripp to the list, with apologies for the oversight and sincerest gratitude for your witness. Thank you both!

    (If any other Unitarian Universalists were arrested for civil disobedience on Thursday, July 29th, who are not on this list, please let us know.)

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