Sin Fronteras holds bake sale

By Jesse Moya
jmoya@taosnews.com
Posted 2/5/20

The fight is never over for local immigrant advocate group Sin Fronteras Nuevo Mexico. 

Members of the group will be hosting a bake sale Friday (Feb. 7) to raise money for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals policy renewals and to continue supporting the efforts to help families at the border. 

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Sin Fronteras holds bake sale

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The fight is never over for local immigrant advocate group Sin Fronteras Nuevo Mexico. 

Members of the group will be hosting a bake sale Friday (Feb. 7) to raise money for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals policy renewals and to continue supporting the efforts to help families at the border. 

“Sin Fronteras continues to support immigrant families locally who have been living in serious fear since Trump took office,” said Vannesa Gonzalez of the group. 

The sale will take place from 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Cid’s Food Market where the group will be selling red chile and Arroz Blanco con Rajas y Crema Mexican to raise funds. 

Money raised will go to their efforts to support DACA renewals, medical bills for immigrant families and other causes along the border. 

Sin Fronteras has been making periodic trips to Mexico and El Paso, Texas to donate supplies collected and purchased in Taos County through the efforts of community members. 

Those interested in contributing to the bake sale can contact Sin Fronteras at 575-779-2402 to donate goods. 

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