Next Tuesday, the San Diego Unified school board will weigh a resolution condemning Arizona for passing a controversial law aimed at illegal immigrants, following in the footsteps of the City Council, which decried the law earlier this week.
The resolution states that the Arizona law should be repealed because it will allow police to use racial profiling and could threaten public safety in both Arizona and California by undermining trust between police and the public. It also warns San Diego Unified students and their families about visiting Arizona “due to the risk they may face in being subjected to inappropriate and unlawful scrutiny.”
Look for more details on my Twitter feed when this matter goes before the school board on Tuesday.
— EMILY ALPERT