Video-A tale of two cities-NYC & DC Protest Major League Baseball to Boycott AZ!

This happened July 8 2010, when activists in both Washington DC and New York City came out to perform civil disobedience and hold rallies to demand Major League Baseball keep the All Star games out of Arizona. Protesters urged Major League Baseball to honor the boycott against SB1070, the racist anti-immigrant law.

Luckily for you, we had people shooting video in both places– and with some creative editing we are able to show you what happened in both cities!

July 8, 2010:

Activists gathered in New York City and Washington, DC to urge Major League Baseball to honor the boycott of Arizona and move the upcoming All-Star Games from Phoenix. In Washington, protesters conducted civil disobedience in the offices of Baker-Hostetler, a law firm and lobbying organization representing Major League Baseball. Activists in New York meanwhile staged a rally in front of the headquarters of Major League Baseball.

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