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Cookie-Cutter Racism: There Are So Many GOP Candidates Running Race-Baiting Ads, They’re Copying Each Other

In May, White House senior adviser Stephen Miller told Breitbart that attacking immigrants was going to be the main focus of Republicans running in this fall’s elections, and boy did GOP candidates deliver. As we’ve been tracking at our new website DivideAndDistract2018.com, dozens of Republicans across the country have embrace an anti-immigrant, divisive message that … Continue reading »

Immigration Reform News October 19, 2018 / Qué Pasa En Inmigración

America’s Voice Press Advisory: Interfaith Press Conference for a Commitment to Solidarity with Our Immigrant Neighbors This is How You Do It, Democrats The Cruelty, Incompetence and Cynicism of Trump’s Border Strategy Cookie-Cutter Racism: There Are So Many GOP Candidates Running Race-Baiting Ads, They’re Copying Each Other English Wall Street Journal Trump Aims to Fire … Continue reading »

Listen to the “A is for America” Podcast with Daniel Nichanian on Local Cooperation with ICE

*** * On this week’s episode of our podcast “A is for America”, we spoke with Daniel Nichanian, who is a fellow at the The Justice Collaborative Engagement Project and a writer at The Appeal. He recently wrote a piece about local cooperation with ICE and all the places where ICE is on the ballot this year. … Continue reading »

Immigration Reform News October 18, 2018 / Qué Pasa En Inmigración

America’s Voice Beto O’Rourke Shows the Way Forward on Immigration Frank Sharry: “Trump’s strategy is clear: stoke fear of immigrants, demand official cruelty, and cynically exploit divisions to score political points” The Guardian: “Republican attack ads echo Trump’s anti-immigration message to whip up fear among supporters” ¿Eso no puede pasar aquí? English Wall Street Journal … Continue reading »

The Most Important Elections You’re Not Paying Enough Attention to Are in California

Community Groups Step in and Step Up to Mobilize Low-propensity Latino Voters On many election nights, California is an afterthought. Often, by the time the polls close in California, the election outcomes are already known. Not this year. This year, California voters will play a critical role in determining control of the U.S. House of … Continue reading »

Immigration 101: What is “Public Charge” and What Changes is the Trump Administration is Proposing?

The Trump Administration is seeking to dramatically limit the ability of working-class immigrants to enter the U.S. and hamper their ability to remain, by making it easier to bar immigrants from the U.S. if they are likely to need help. The proposed “public charge” change could prohibit immigrants from obtaining permanent residency or from entering … Continue reading »

Immigration Reform News October 17, 2018 / Qué Pasa En Inmigración

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 reading »

Immigration Reform News October 16, 2018 / Qué Pasa En Inmigración

America’s Voice Will Sen. Ted Cruz Enable Trump’s Family Separation Policy? Latest Examples of the GOP Immigration Attack Ads English Reuters Northbound Migrant Group Doubles in Size, Enters Guatemala October 16, 2018 The Hill New migrant caravan moves north from Honduras By EMILY BIRNBAUM October 15, 2018 Buzzfeed A Caravan Of 1,600 Honduran Immigrants Has … Continue reading »

Immigration Reform News October 15, 2018 / Qué Pasa En Inmigración

America’s Voice As Trump Administration Conflates Immigration and National Security, Experts Warn of Counterproductive Approach GOP Anti-Immigrant Attack Ads Up Fivefold Since 2014 Trump to Restart Family Separations Fiasco? It Would Be Cruel and Inhumane – and a Political Blunder Alan Gomez for USA Today: “Thousands of legal immigrants face daunting decision after their ‘Temporary … Continue reading »

Election 2018: Check Out These Record-Setting Voter Registration Numbers Around the Country

With the midterms rapidly approaching, voters across the country are registering at record-setting numbers. A record 800,000 people registered on this year’s September 25 National Voter Registration Day, surpassing the number of registrants from. In 2014, the last midterm election year, only 154,500 people registered on National Voter Registration Day. In the last six months, … Continue reading »

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