On Saturday, One California Coffee Chain Is Offering A Free Drink To DACA Recipients
While businesses nationwide closed yesterday in opposition to the Trump administration’s actions on immigration, one specialty coffee chain in California is giving back to the movement with a one-day offer. Tierra Mia announced Tuesday that its stores would offer a free drink to recipients of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) at all its stores in California — the chain has two stores in Northern California and nine in Southern California. The offer is taking place this Saturday, February 18 from opening to 6 p.m.
Folks who bring in their DACA Employment Authorization Card can get one free drink.
Free Drink For DACA! This Saturday February 18 from opening to 6:00pm, all 11 Tierra Mia Coffee stores in southern and northern California will offer a free beverage to anyone that comes in with their DACA Employment Authorization Card (limit 1 per person). This is in support of our community and in solidarity with peaceful immigration marches taking place in Los Angeles and throughout the country! #drink4DACA #drink4dreamers #buildbridgesnotwalls #immigrantswelcome #refugeeswelcome
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With the majority of Tierra Mia’s stores in Latinx-majority communities and serving products that speak to its community’s palette (horchata frappes/lattes, Chocolate Mexicano mochas) it’s awesome to see Tierra take the lead this way.
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