Su Fuerza de Deportación es escalofriante y antiestadounidense Este pasado fin de semana, Donald Trump objetó a los medios de comunicación etiquetándoles la esencia de su política migratoria, la “deportación masiva”. Añadió: “La gente se dará cuenta de que no solamente tengo las mejores políticas, sino que tendré el corazón más grande que nadie”. Tal declaración sería… Continue »

Last week’s 4-4 tie in the US v. Texas immigration case has generated disappointment and outrage from immigrant families and their allies from across the country. A growing chorus of legal minds have added their voice to the criticism, noting in particular the weakness of Texas’ original case, the failure of the court to explain… Continue »

Last Friday, Rep. Gerry Connolly sat down with Virginia immigrants as part of the ongoing “DAPA Dinners” campaign, which joins elected officials with families to discuss how deferred action impacts immigrants and their communities. The dinner — hosted by the National Korean American Service and Education Consortium (NAKASEC) — was the first since the Supreme Court’s disappointing deadlock in United… Continue »

His Deportation Force is Chilling and Un-American  This past weekend, Donald Trump objected to the media labeling the heart of his immigration policy “mass deportation.” He added, “people are going to find that I have not only the best policies, but I will have the biggest heart of anybody.” That statement would be laughable, if the reality wasn’t so chilling.… Continue »

While Nevada Attorney General Adam Laxalt apparently didn’t have a couple minutes to spare for the immigrant families he’s putting at risk of deportation, he did have time for lights, cameras and press. It all started when immigrant families and PLAN advocates tried to meet with Laxalt in the wake of the Supreme Court’s tie… Continue »

In a new piece for the Las Vegas Sun, Viridiana Vidal, the State Director of Nevada’s Voice and an Emmy award-winning journalist for several Las Vegas Spanish language television outlets, reflects on why she left the field of journalism and joined America’s Voice. Vidal explains that “after listening to Trump for nearly a year, I couldn’t bear to be… Continue »

English (en español al final de la página): NBC: Latino Political Pulse: Will Immigration Frustration Impact 2016 Vote? By Stephen Nuno Las Vegas Sun (Op-ed): Trump’s vitriol turns journalist into an activist By Viridiana Vidal Daily Kos (Opinion): Five questions for Joe Sudbay on how to get back to winning on gun safety, like we… Continue »

El virtual nominado presidencial republicano, Donald Trump, primero dijo que no sabía mucho del “Brexit” como para opinar, pero cuando el Reino Unido votó para separarse de la Unión Europea, de inmediato se subió en la cresta de la ola para aplaudir el paso y tratar de buscar paralelos con su lucha por ganar la… Continue »

After yesterday’s heartbreaking deadlock in US v. Texas, this much is clear: immigrants and their allies are feeling the sting of the setback, but we are determined to dust ourselves off, build our power and make sure it is felt this November and beyond. As evidenced by accounts from across the country, those of us who are… Continue »

Jorge Ramos: “Be bold. Don’t sit down. Don’t shut up. Don’t be a victim; change the rules of the game. And don’t go anywhere else. This is where you belong.” Yes, our community is hurting from the Supreme Court’s indecision yesterday on United States v. Texas. But we also know we are more determined than… Continue »