Youth immigration protesters shout “The youth united will never be divided!” In Washington outside the U.S. Capitol seven kids were arrested Wednesday as they sat in the middle of a busy intersection outside the U.S. Capitol all have one thing … Continue reading
More than 20 people — including seven youths — were arrested outside the U.S. Capitol Wednesday as they blocked an intersection to call for an end to deportations. The protesters wore red and white shirts with the slogan “Stop Separating … Continue reading
This is a fact …America’s immigration system is broken. Too many employers game the system by hiring undocumented workers and there are 11 million people living in the shadows. Neither is good for the economy or the country. So if … Continue reading
With Obama facing increasing pressure to act on deportations, ongoing immigration reform protests and frustration among the National Institute for Latino Policy, immigration reform is inherently encouraging people from all races and cultures and has been has traditionally been oppositional.
Earlier this week in Ohio House Speaker Boehner stated, that the biggest impediment we have in moving immigration reform is the American people don’t trust the president to enforce or implement the law. Boehner has been more determined to move … Continue reading
Moving ahead on immigration reform depends on the President, he’s enforcing the law. Obama has to show the American people and the Congress he can implement the law, so that it may be passed. Obama has been focusing on enforcing … Continue reading
Earlier last week Obama spoke on immigration reform in San Francisco on changes to immigration-enforcement and deportation policy being contemplated by the Obama administration will likely come in two separate steps. The first would be more extensive background checks of … Continue reading
For many, coming to the United States meant arriving in a more open, accepting society. For others, however, it was a matter of life and death. According to Professor Rogério Meireles Pinto at Columbia University’s School of Social Work, “many people … Continue reading
A civil-rights groups are planning protests in front of the White House against the deportation of undocumented immigrants on May 1, when many countries celebrate Labor Day. Latino and immigrant-advocate groups Fair Immigration Reform Movement (FIRM) and Casa de Maryland … Continue reading
As a show of support for undocumented immigrants, immigration reform advocates are crowding the streets in front of city hall and government agency offices across America.