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Listen to the “A is for America” Podcast with Frank Sharry of America’s Voice

The latest episode of our podcast, “A is for America”, features an interview with our own Frank Sharry, Executive Director of America’s Voice, who spoke with us about immigration politics and the GOP’s hate-filled agenda in 2018. This week, a Border Patrol officer detained two U.S. citizen women heard speaking Spanish in Montana, and advocates and … Continue reading »

Immigration Reform News May 24, 2018 / Qué Pasa En Inmigración

America’s Voice Border Patrol Shoots and Kills Unarmed Woman ICYMI: NBC News, “What now? About to start medical residency, Honduran TPS holder faces uncertainty.” “Divider in Chief” Sets A Clear Course for the GOP in 2018: When All Else Fails, Stoke Fear in Effort to Maintain Political Power  ICYMI: “When Speaking Spanish is Considered Probable … Continue reading »

PHOTOS: Democrats, Advocates Take Stand Against Separation of Families

Today, a number of House and Senate Democrats joined mothers, caregivers, and advocates outside the U.S. Capitol to speak out against the Trump Administration’s ongoing policy of separating families and children at the border. In conjunction with the event, dozens of women’s organizations submitted a letter to Congressional leaders asking for aggressive oversight and legislation … Continue reading »

Maybe Nielsen Would Be “Aware” of that Intelligence Report if She Wasn’t Busy Separating Children and Families

As chief of DHS, Kirstjen Nielsen is tasked with protecting the U.S. homeland. To hear her tell it, that involves keeping terrorists out, separating mothers from their children, and avoiding saying or doing anything that could imperil the legitimacy or longevity of the Trump Administration. Nielsen, yesterday, became the latest Trump Administration official to deny … Continue reading »

Immigration Reform News May 23, 2018 / Qué Pasa En Inmigración

America’s Voice PHOTOS: Democrats, Advocates Take Stand Against Separation of Families ICYMI: “No one silences the Spanish language” ¿Se está preparando el gobierno de Trump para atacar a los niños en las escuelas? Maybe Nielsen Would Be “Aware” of that Intelligence Report if She Wasn’t Busy Separating Children and Families ICYMI: New UNHCR Assessment About … Continue reading »

Immigration Reform News May 22, 2018 / Qué Pasa En Inmigración

America’s Voice As Trump Stokes Fear Over Criminals, ICE Deports Non-Criminals Like Michigan Mom Cile Precetaj House GOP Leaders Continue Allegiance to Hardliners at Expense of the National Interest and the Demands of GOP Moderates Dispatch Editorial: Kasich Right to Reject Trump’s Warped Immigration View 90-Mile Pilgrimage to Denounce Cruel Deportations Culminates in Lansing Today … Continue reading »

14 Times the Trump Administration Has Treated Immigrants Like “Animals”

Last week, Donald Trump referred to immigrant as “animals”, a comment which has been criticized by a wide range of advocates and commentators for its dehumanization. While apologists have tried to parse what Trump actually meant by the comment, the scary fact is that the Trump Administration treats immigrants like animals, period. We’ve seen it … Continue reading »

Immigration Reform News May 21, 2018 / Qué Pasa En Inmigración

America’s Voice 14 Times the Trump Administration Has Treated Immigrants Like “Animals” ICYMI: David Leopold: “Jeff Sessions Begins Phase Two of Trump’s Brutal War On Immigrants and Immigration” What Trump Has Unleashed: Border Patrol Agent Detains U.S. Citizens for Speaking Spanish in Montana Why Trump’s “Animals” Rhetoric Matters English Washington Post (Op-Ed) No, Mr. President, … Continue reading »

The Class of 2018 is Graduating, and they Still Don’t Have the Dream Act

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 reading »

Brownstein, Sargent: 2018 Election Will be Determined by Who Shows Up

Donald Trump launched his presidential campaign with an attack on Mexican immigrants and his anti-immigrant positions have become the centerpiece of his presidency. In 2017, Republican candidates for Governor in New Jersey and Virginia echoed Trump’s messages with a slew of ugly ads. Both lost. But, undaunted, many Republicans are pursuing that same strategy in … Continue reading »

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