We Bid Adieu to Sheriff Joe Arpaio After His Loss in Arizona Senate Primaries In a new opinion piece for the New York Times, Michelle Cottle reflects on Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s loss in last night’s Arizona’s Senate Republican primary. She writes, “For nearly a quarter-century, Sheriff Joe Arpaio was a disgrace to law enforcement, a… Continue »

Today's must-read top immigration news from around the country.

America’s Voice Big Issues, Core Values, and Grassroots Organizing: Taking Stock of Andrew Gillum’s Victory and Implications A Toddler’s Death Following Family Detention As Family Separation Crisis Looms, TPS Holders and Their Families Fight to Stay Together in California ICYMI: Frank Wilkinson: “The Political Uses of Murder” Help us Stop These Deportations! Michelle Cottle for… Continue »

Las huellas de un inmigrante en el mundo político estadounidense Geovanny Vicente Romero es un estratega y analista político, consultor internacional y profesor establecido en Washington, D.C. Es originario de Azua, República Dominicana, hijo de padres abogados. Su padre ha sido magistrado del Poder Judicial de República Dominicana durante más de 20 años y su… Continue »

“I was routinely mocked in a Spanish accent.” On “several occasions, racial slurs were used against me or I was made fun of for being Hispanic,” said Joe Gomez this week of his tenure being the only Latino employee at the Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR).   The Southern Poverty Law Center has long… Continue »

Latest ad paints Hurd as an immigration moderate, but his voting record is anything but An ad released today by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and in support of Rep. Will Hurd (TX-23) brought up his bipartisan efforts at protecting Dreamers, but failed to mention that Rep. Hurd votes with Donald Trump 95 percent of… Continue »

A New York Times op-ed from Derrick Johnson, president and chief executive of the NAACP, lifts up the findings and implications of polling conducted for the NAACP by the African American Research Collaborative and Latino Decisions, analyzing voters’ views in 61 of the nation’s most competitive midterm congressional districts. According to Matt Hildreth, Political Director… Continue »

Temporary Protected Status (TPS) Holders Continue on Their Mission to Advocate for Keeping Their Families Together TPS Expiration Dates: Sudan, 11/2/2018 Nicaragua, 1/5/2019 Nepal, 6/24/2019 Haiti, 7/22/2019 El Salvador, 9/9/2019 Honduras, 1/5/2020 Temporary Protected Status (TPS) holders and immigration advocates on the TPS caravan “Journey for Justice” made a stop in San Francisco on their… Continue »

Ohio immigrant legislation will help cities protect their populations.

On Monday, the Washington Post published an editorial, “ICE is sending Mauritanians back to modern-day slavery.” The opinion piece is as clear and condemning as its title.   The piece begins: THE WEST AFRICAN nation of Mauritania is known for its poets, for its reserves of gold — and for its failure to take meaningful… Continue »

To honor Senator McCain’s life and legacy, America’s Voice en Español Director Maribel Hastings penned the following column, originally published in Univision and translated by Lynn Tramonte. As Hastings laments, “Now that the immigrant community, their citizen and permanent resident relatives, and activists who support them are under an all-out attack from an anti-immigrant and… Continue »

Today's must-read top immigration news from around the country.

America’s Voice Rep. Will Hurd Votes With Donald Trump 95% of the Time ICYMI from NAACP President and CEO Derrick Johnson: “Frustration with Racism is Coming to the Ballot Box” TPS Caravan “Journey for Justice” Takes Nationwide Tour to San Francisco ICYMI: WaPo Editorial: “ICE is sending Mauritanians back to modern-day slavery” ICYMI: “Thank you… Continue »