America's Voice En Español »

 

CAD Walk

CAD Walk 2012: A Month After Obama DREAM Relief, Anticipating Implementation

We’ve been publishing a series of posts from the DREAMers of the Campaign for an American DREAM.  Last month, they set off from San Francisco to begin a 3,000-mile, 8-month+ walk to Washington, DC to call attention to the DREAM Act and the need for immigration reform. Today’s post is from Jonatan Martinez, a DREAMer from Georgia who recently … Continue reading »

CAD Walk 2012: Colorado to Kansas: Transitioning

We’ve been publishing a series of posts from the DREAMers of the Campaign for an American DREAM.  Last month, they set off from San Francisco to begin a 3,000-mile, 8-month+ walk to Washington, DC to call attention to the DREAM Act and the need for immigration reform. Today’s post is from Nicolas Gonzalez, a DREAMer from Chicago, Illinois.  Learn … Continue reading »

CAD Walk 2012: Six Days of a Hunger Strike Inside Obama For America Office

We’ve been publishing a series of posts from the DREAMers of the Campaign for an American DREAM.  Last month, they set off from San Francisco to begin a 3,000-mile, 8-month+ walk to Washington, DC to call attention to the DREAM Act and the need for immigration reform. Today’s post is from Veronica Gomez, a DREAMer from the San … Continue reading »

Campaign for an American Dream Walkers Hold Protest At Obama Campaign HQ in Denver

As you know, we’ve been publishing a series of posts from the DREAMers of the Campaign for an American DREAM.  In March, they set off from San Francisco to begin a 3,000-mile, 8-month+ walk to Washington, DC to call attention to the DREAM Act and the need for immigration reform. This week, the DREAMers arrived in Denver to … Continue reading »

CAD Walk 2012: Time to Stand up and Fight Back

We’ve been publishing a series of posts from the DREAMers of the Campaign for an American DREAM.  Last month, they set off from San Francisco to begin a 3,000-mile, 8-month+ walk to Washington, DC to call attention to the DREAM Act and the need for immigration reform. Today’s post is from Jonatan Martinez, a DREAMer from Georgia who recently … Continue reading »

CAD Walk 2012: For Queer Immigrants, Culture Will Never Be Deported

We’ve been publishing a series of posts from the DREAMers of the Campaign for an American DREAM.  In March, they set off from San Francisco to begin a 3,000-mile, 8-month walk to Washington, DC to call attention to the DREAM Act and the need for immigration reform. Today’s post is from Alex Aldana, a queer undocumented immigrant rights activist who … Continue reading »

CAD Walk 2012: The Voice that ENDS the Separation of Undocumented Families

We’ve been publishing a series of posts from the DREAMers of the Campaign for an American DREAM.  In March, they set off from San Francisco to begin a 3,000-mile, 8-month walk to Washington, DC to call attention to the DREAM Act and the need for immigration reform. Today’s post is from Jose Sandoval, who was inspired by the CAD … Continue reading »

CAD Walk 2012: Mothers' Day Edition

We’ve been publishing a series of posts from the DREAMers of the Campaign for an American DREAM.  In March, they set off from San Francisco to begin a 3,000-mile, 8-month walk to Washington, DC to call attention to the DREAM Act and the need for immigration reform. Today’s post is from Lucas Da Silva, one of the first … Continue reading »

CAD Walk 2012: Immigration. What a beautiful word.

We’ve been publishing a series of posts from the DREAMers of the Campaign for an American DREAM.  In March, they set off from San Francisco to begin a 3,000-mile, 8-month walk to Washington, DC to call attention to the DREAM Act and the need for immigration reform. Today’s post is from Raymi Gutierrez, a student pursuing a BS … Continue reading »

CAD Walk 2012: There Are No Coincidences

We’ve been publishing a series of posts from the DREAMers of the Campaign for an American DREAM.  In March, they set off from San Francisco to begin a 3,000-mile, 8-month walk to Washington, DC to call attention to the DREAM Act and the need for immigration reform. Today’s post is from Nicolas Gonzalez, a DREAMer from … Continue reading »