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Can you imagine packing all of your belongings and moving to a new country? I remember moving to the United States when I was 11 years old. My family left everything they had back in Venezuela in order to give my brothers and I better opportunities, a better education, and a chance at a better … Continue reading »

In this June 8, 2011 photo,  news anchor and director Jose Diaz-Balart of Telemundo poses  in Hialeah, Fla.  Spanish-language news programs in the U.S. are having a banner year, growing their audience even while the traditional English-language network newscasts are losing viewers.  The growth is coming just in time for the 2012 election season.  The change comes as the latest Census data shows Hispanics propelled more than half of the countryís population growth over the last decade.  (AP Photo/Steve Mitchell)

What kind of message is MSNBC trying to send our community? Instead of reprimanding Joe Scarborough, host of MSNBC’s Morning Joe, for his biased reporting on immigration  issues, they are rewarding him by expanding his show –“Morning Joe”–  to a four hour block. This move would effectively push José Díaz-Balart, one of the most respected … Continue reading »


Despite the fact that so many companies, celebrities, and individuals have denounced Trump’s anti-immigrant comments, his recent surge in the polls is reenergizing extreme anti-immigrant members of the Republican Party. These anti-immigrant extremists are looking to capitalize on Trump’s momentum by introducing enforcement-only legislation that scapegoat immigrant communities. If Republicans want to get serious about … Continue reading »

Two Republican Presidential hopefuls, Gov. Scott Walker and Gov. Chris Christie, have joined forces to attack an estimated 5 million immigrants with deep roots in their communities. Last November, after months of pressure from millions of immigration reform activists, President Obama announced two new immigration policies to protect millions of people who grew up in … Continue reading »


Despite the fact that Max Villatoro is a father of four U.S. citizen children and beloved faith leader in his Iowa community, ICE is setting on deporting him to Honduras. We’ve been working hard with advocates in Iowa (where Pastor Max has been living for the last two decades) to stop his deportation, but now … Continue reading »