martes, enero 19, 2021

Etiqueta: undocumented immigrants

Letter About Fear, Coronavirus, and the SB 1070

Dear undocumented workers, I wanted to write this letter because I know you are tough, but this pandemic is testing the limits of everyone.

Boycott Arizona

The Obama Administration should have the courage to propose through the U.S. Congress a bill that guarantees a path to citizenship for the 12 million undocumented immigrants

Messages from the immigration rally in Los Angeles: Schumer = SB1070?

While both SB 1070 and the Schumer-Graham plan propose to push illegal aliens out of the shadows of the economy and the law, the Arizona law would push them right into jail while the immigration reform plan would allow them to work toward citizenship.

Legalize everyone? From Guadalupe Hidalgo to the Schumer-Graham plan

Even if the calls to legalize all can be reconciled with history and the reality of modern international politics, domestic politics in this country make them impossible to actually implement.

Arizona’s Nuremberg Laws

As the great Eli Wiesel, survivor of the horror of Auschwitz, taught us, we must use memory to fight against those who promote an intolerant agenda. In Arizona, more than ever, we need to exercise our historical memory and ensure that the mistakes of the past are not repeated.

Homeless as hit men

This story provides a stark anecdote of what can happen when relations between police and their communities sour; be they middle class, working class, immigrant, or homeless populations

‘Mosquita y Mari’ is about us

”Mosquita y Mari” is a project that takes an extra step forward, attempting to show the reality inside the Latino community that is not shown everyday. Not an absolute reality, but one that is sensitive, intimate. This is where it needs our help.

Cinco de Mayo, Primero de Mayo and the Birth of the United States of América

As we marched in Primero de Mayo actions throughout the country, we celebrated and stepped towards a new, more globally connected country, the United States of América.

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Letter About Fear, Coronavirus, and the SB 1070

Dear undocumented workers, I wanted to write this letter because I know you are tough, but this pandemic is testing the limits of everyone.

Boycott Arizona

The Obama Administration should have the courage to propose through the U.S. Congress a bill that guarantees a path to citizenship for the 12 million undocumented immigrants

Messages from the immigration rally in Los Angeles: Schumer = SB1070?

While both SB 1070 and the Schumer-Graham plan propose to push illegal aliens out of the shadows of the economy and the law, the Arizona law would push them right into jail while the immigration reform plan would allow them to work toward citizenship.

Legalize everyone? From Guadalupe Hidalgo to the Schumer-Graham plan

Even if the calls to legalize all can be reconciled with history and the reality of modern international politics, domestic politics in this country make them impossible to actually implement.

Arizona’s Nuremberg Laws

As the great Eli Wiesel, survivor of the horror of Auschwitz, taught us, we must use memory to fight against those who promote an intolerant agenda. In Arizona, more than ever, we need to exercise our historical memory and ensure that the mistakes of the past are not repeated.

Homeless as hit men

This story provides a stark anecdote of what can happen when relations between police and their communities sour; be they middle class, working class, immigrant, or homeless populations

‘Mosquita y Mari’ is about us

”Mosquita y Mari” is a project that takes an extra step forward, attempting to show the reality inside the Latino community that is not shown everyday. Not an absolute reality, but one that is sensitive, intimate. This is where it needs our help.

Cinco de Mayo, Primero de Mayo and the Birth of the United States of América

As we marched in Primero de Mayo actions throughout the country, we celebrated and stepped towards a new, more globally connected country, the United States of América.