America’s Voice California’s Elections are Crucial This Year, and Organizers Are Mobilizing Latino Voters ICYMI: Jolt Initiative and Ethnifacts Publish Groundbreaking Survey on Young Latinos Could the Conventional Wisdom About Immigration and the Midterms Be Wrong? Bloomberg Editorial: Still Dodging the Truth on Migrant Children Mother Jones: “What the Democratic Party Can Learn from Nevada… Continue »

America’s Voice TPS Holder: “I Feel Like an American Person” “Esta es una forma de recordar el poder que tenemos como comunidad” Will Orange County Turn Blue? English Associated Press Migrants Embrace Ruling That Keeps Temporary Status for Now October 04, 2018 Reuters Judge Bars U.S. From Ending Protections for Immigrants From Four Countries October… Continue »

America’s Voice La decisión sobre el TPS es una gran victoria para los inmigrantes establecidos. Ahora le toca al Congreso hacer algo para lograr una solución permanente Attorneys, TPS Holders Respond to Preliminary Injunction Blocking Trump’s Termination of TPS for Hundreds of Thousands of TPS Holders ICYMI Texas Observer: Ted Cruz Campaign Becoming a “Fear… Continue »

Thousands of eligible voters across the country took an important step on Tuesday toward having their voices be heard in the upcoming midterm elections: they registered to vote. Volunteers, organizations, businesses, schools and elected officials took to the streets, held events in their communities and posted on social media to spread the word about the… Continue »

Six years ago today, the life of thousands of undocumented youth changed for the better in an instant. On August 15, 2012, the federal government started accepting applications for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program that was created by President Barack Obama earlier that summer. Tens of thousands of Dreamers lined up in… Continue »

This Father’s Day, many fathers across the country will be having backyard BBQs with their children, receiving tools and tech gadgets and hugs. For untold numbers of immigrant fathers however, the day will be different. Immigrant fathers along the border may be in the next room over from their children and unable to see them.… Continue »

Communities across the country came together again on Thursday for a National Day of Action to oppose the Trump Administration’s cruel and inhumane immigration policy that is separating children from their parents at the border. Marches, rallies, vigils and protests were held in nearly 80 cities across the country by more than 4,000immigrants and allies,… Continue »

Cue the pomp and circumstance; the class of 2018 is graduating. While many graduates will take time off this summer and prepare for the next chapter of their lives, undocumented graduates must prepare for an uncertain future. Undocumented graduates are just some of the Dreamers across the country whom Donald Trump wants to deport and… Continue »

“¡Si se puede!” “¡Si se puede!” “¡Si se puede!” were among the chants yesterday in front of the California state house as immigrants and immigrant allies from across the state gathered to celebrate Immigrant Day 2018. The day of action, which was organized by the California Immigrant Policy Center, took place in Sacramento, California, where… Continue »

“Energetic” may not be the word one thinks of to describe traveling for several days in an RV with a dozen other people. But this is what it felt like to travel along the U.S.-Mexico border with the Texas #TogetherJuntos caravan. The #TogetherJuntos caravan was a procession of several cars and an RV brought together… Continue »