America’s Voice · La Semana En Inmigración – 1.5.24 Delegación de legisladores republicanos visita la frontera con México, no para ofrecer soluciones sino para politiquear con el tema migratorio en año electoral El Departamento de Justicia demanda a Texas porque su antiinmigrante ley SB 4 es anticonstitucional y usurpa... Continue »
America’s Voice · La Semana En Inmigración – 11.17.23 Artículo del New York Times detallando los extremistas planes migratorios de Donald Trump si vuelve a la Casa Blanca genera indignación y alarma entre defensores de los inmigrantes y políticos demócratas  En Texas, activistas y congresistas denuncian los proyectos SB... 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... Continue »
The Texas #TogetherJuntos caravan this week continued its route this week along the U.S./Mexico border and stopped by a few more cities, including Corpus Christi and Houston. The caravan has been on the road for the past two weeks, bringing local Texas communities together, teaching them about the state’s... Continue »
In Texas, the #TogetherJuntos caravan has been on the road for more than a week now, holding events in 17 different cities across the border region and training immigrants and people of color all over the state on how to protect their rights. The caravan kicked off two Fridays... Continue »
A recording of today’s call can be found here El Paso, TX – On a press call today, Texas immigration advocates launched the TogetherJuntos Caravan to travel along the Texas-Mexican border. This two-week trip along the border will make multiple stops and provide an opportunity for communities to come together... Continue »
Austin, TX – The U.S. Department of Commerce announced yesterday that the 2020 U.S. Census will include a question on citizenship, and combined with the implementation of the anti-immigrant law SB4, could drive immigrants in Texas further into the shadows and further from being counted in their community. As... Continue »
A Is For America podcast
***   This week we’re publishing the third episode of our new podcast, “A is for America”, with special guest Zenen Jaimes Peréz, Communications Director of the Texas Civil Rights Project. Listen below or tune in via iTunes, Google Play, or your favorite podcast app. This week, Congressional Republicans... Continue »
Originally published August 8, 2017 Last updated: December 18, 2023 Also listen to our podcast episode on SB 4 UPDATE: On December 18, 2023, Texas Governor Greg Abbott signed SB 4 into law Most of the nation’s harshest anti-immigrant bill — Texas’ Senate Bill 4 (SB 4) — is... Continue »
Most of Texas’ SB 4, the nation’s harshest anti-immigrant law, was cleared for implementation this week after a federal appeals court lifted an injunction preventing the law from being enacted while legal challenges proceed. SB 4 requires police chiefs and sheriffs to cooperate with federal immigration officials by honoring... Continue »