Maribel Hastings y David Torres Al ver a Donald Trump autocongratularse por el operativo que resultó en la eliminación del líder del Estado Islámico (ISIS), Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, y referirse a los horrores perpetrados por el extremista y sus seguidores, es inevitable pensar que el terror también se manifiesta de otras formas motivadas por medio… Continue »

Tomorrow, the House Judiciary’s Immigration Subcommittee will hold a hearing to examine increasing immigration and naturalization obstacles faced by veterans, active duty service members, and their families under the Trump Administration. Just a few years ago, choosing to serve the nation through military service was often an important factor in expediting naturalization, preventing deportation, facilitating… Continue »

America’s Voice DACA Recipients Are Marching from NY to DC to Say: #HomeIsHere America’s Voice Education Fund Responds to El Salvador-U.S. Agreement Regarding TPS Virginia Republicans Revert To Racist, Anti-Immigrant Ads — Again There are immigration policies that border on terrorism The Price of Admission to Support Trump’s Failing Wall Fiasco: Private Land Being Seized;… Continue »

The new music video for the bluegrass song, “The Dreamer” features the story of Moisés Serrano, an openly undocumented and queer DACA recipient from North Carolina. Columbus, OH—Che Apalache, a bluegrass band featuring three powerhouse Latin American musicians and North Carolina native, Joe Troop, recently released a music video for their latest  single “The Dreamer” which appears… Continue »

The Trump administration is ending asylum by administrative fiat, circumventing Congress to change settled law that has been a cornerstone of America’s welcoming tradition since the enactment of the Refugee Act of 1980 — emanating from a post-World War II commitment to “never again” allow the vulnerable to be victims of state persecution or states… Continue »

In The Guardian’s gut-wrenching piece entitled, “She raised her niece like a daughter. Then the US government separated them at the border,” Valeria Fernández and Jude Joffe-Block detail the tragedy of a six-year-old girl ripped from her only living family member, her aunt Alexa, by the Trump administration’s abhorrent asylum policies. For migrant families seeking… Continue »

America’s Voice Another Sad Trump and Republican Legacy: The End of Asylum ICYMI: The Guardian: “She raised her niece like a daughter. Then the US government separated them at the border” English Associated Press Tally of Children Split at Border Tops 5,400 in New Count October 24, 2019 The Wall Street Journal Number of Family… Continue »

They Relied on it in 2018 and it Failed Remember the caravan hysteria? Threatened by sinking poll numbers in the run-up to the 2018 midterm elections, President Trump and Republicans resorted to racial incitement and fearmongering about crime, terrorism and invasion. It was a cynical and desperate attempt to divide and distract the electorate. As… Continue »

English Associated Press Border Wall Construction Advances in South Texas October 23, 2019 USA Today Donald Trump: ‘We’re building a wall in Colorado’ By Savannah Behrmann October 23, 2019 The Hill Colorado governor mocks Trump for saying he’s building wall there By Aris Folley October 23, 2019 The Hill Shelby expects another funding stopgap, potentially… Continue »

Dara Lind, writing for ProPublica, reveals the latest development in the Trump administration’s inhumane and xenophobic policies: Asylum-seekers, forced to return to Mexico to await their hearings under the administration’s “Remain in Mexico” policy, may now be ineligible for asylum because of their stint in Mexico.  As Lind explains, “The source of the confusion is… Continue »