A group of grassroots leaders are demanding that the Obama Administration fire John Morton, the head of the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) within the Department of Homeland Security. According to Deepak Bhargava,"This agency has gone rogue and is operating in clear opposition to the direction President Obama...
Wow, what a week! It's time to tell Congress that now that health care reform has passed, they have 200,000 good reasons to move immigration reform next:
On Sunday, President Barack Obama delivered the following message to the 200,000 people gathered on the National Mall for the March for America: "Change Takes Courage." Watch it.
Today's the day. Tens of thousands of people are registered to come to the National Mall for today's immigration reform rally, called the "March For America." We'll be updating the blog all day (from 1pm EST on) with news from the rally and around the blogosphere.
New polling and updated analysis by America's Voice and America's Voice Education Fund show that Latino voters are poised to play a major role in politics in 2010 and beyond.
While pundits have been busy pronouncing immigration reform dead, today the White House is busy hosting-- not one-- but three meetings on immigration in response to the increasing volume of grassroots pressure to see progress on the President's promise to overhaul our dysfunctional immigration system.
Last week the Center for Immigration Studies (CIS), the "think tank" of the anti-immigrant lobby, announced the results of a new CIS-sponsored Zogby poll purporting to show that people of color, including Latinos, support their mass-deportation, anti-immigrant agenda.
The news that former U.S. House member and anti-immigration zealot J.D. Hayworth (R-AZ) is challenging Senator John McCain (R-AZ) in a Republican primary offers a fresh reminder of the GOP's dangerous schism when it comes to immigration politics.
Over the past decade, Latino voters have steadily increased their political power, and made a decisive impact in races at all levels, including the Presidency. In 2010, Latino voters are poised to play a crucial role in key House and Senate races across the country. View the...
Today America's Voice is launching an online ad campaign asking Congressman Patrick Murphy (D-PA) to remove his name from a controversial immigration resolution, H.Res. 1026 -- the so-called "BRIDGE Resolution." Check out the ads and take action!