Anything but “Humane”  Donald Trump has mostly avoided answering any questions about how he would deport 11 million immigrants from the US. We tried to explain his plan in detail here. But he’s recently made it clear he intends to model it after one of the darkest moments in modern American history. In his recent interview with… Continue »

Donald Trump has mostly avoided answering any questions about how he would deport 11 million immigrants from the US — we tried to explain his plan in detail here — but now he’s recently made it clear he intends to model it after one of the darkest moments in modern American history. In a recent… Continue »

NBC News/Wall Street Journal/Telemundo Latino Oversample is Bad News for Republicans  A Latino voter oversample of the NBC News/Wall Street Journal/Telemundo poll confirms what many suspect: the virulently anti-immigrant campaign of Donald Trump is wildly unpopular among Latinos; the Republican Party’s image and prospects are in serious trouble; and Latinos are highly focused on the election even… Continue »

As Donald Trump continues to lead in North Carolina, his anti-immigrant rhetoric has inspired state lawmakers to go after the state’s immigrant population. Bill HB 318, which cleared the North Carolina General Assembly late last night, serves only one purpose — to make life a lot harder for undocumented immigrants in the state. Reports from… Continue »

English (en español al final de la página): Wall Street Journal: The GOP Choice: Protest or Govern By William A Galston Washington Post: Donald Trump’s ‘humane’ 1950s model for deportation, ‘Operation Wetback’, was anything but By Yanan Wang Huffington Post: Donald Trump Wants To Relive ‘Operation Wetback’ By Roque Planas AP: Arizona Sheriff to Testify… Continue »

In the face of Congressional inaction on immigration reform, states and local governments are taking their own steps to better improve the lives of the nation’s undocumented immigration population — and there’s no better example of that than California. 12 states and Washington, D.C. currently allow undocumented immigrants to legally drive on our roads. But in… Continue »

A new op-ed from Ai-jen Poo, Director of the National Domestic Workers Alliance, reminds us of the strength, courage, and inspiration we can draw from the 100 women who embarked on a 100 mile walk earlier this month to see Pope Francis in Washington, D.C. “As we journeyed from town to city, through heat and… Continue »

English (en español al final de la página): Latin Post: Latino Activists Fight to Keep José Díaz-Balart on Air By Selena Hill Bloomberg: Kasich Pushes Cooperation Even as Hardliners Drive Out Boehner By Mark Niquette NBC News: NBC/WSJ Poll: Anger Defines 2016 Electorate By Mark Murray National Journal: New Study: Latinos Won’t Take Over the… Continue »

7,000+ Sign Petitions In Support Of Network’s Only Latino Anchor   In response to rumors that MSNBC plans to take José Díaz-Balart  off the air, the Latino community has responded with force. Today, America’s Voice Education Fund and the Dream Action Coalition delivered two petitions with over 7,000 combined signatures to MSNBC Studios, calling on the network to keep “The Rundown” with… Continue »

A (sad) dose of reality from cartoonist Jorge Cruz: #Cartoon Pope Francis says bye USA #PopeFrancis #PopeInPhilly #Trump #Trump2016 pic.twitter.com/FbLnt706Li — Jorge Cruz (@JorgeCruz_Art) September 28, 2015 #Caricatura Papa Francisco se despide de EE.UU. #Francisco #SantoPadre #DonaldTrump #Trump2016 pic.twitter.com/MK1BFQXRKl — Jorge Cruz (@JorgeCruz_Art) September 28, 2015