United Families of America – Crawfordville When: July 4, 2018 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM Where: Wakulla County Facility 15 Oak Street Crawfordville, FL 32327 Contact: Julio Acosta at firstname.lastname@example.org (214-995-9391) Summary: On July 4th, we will be demonstrating at the U.S. Detention Centers across American to ensure that we can pass #FairImmigration bill. Event Details Description… Leer más The League of United Latin American Citizens: Call to Action!
Photo: Christopher Smutko Tampa, Fla. – February, 2018 – Candidate for the Florida House of Representatives, Christopher Smutko, has announced today that he has suspended his campaign to support fellow Democrat, Heather Kenyon Stahl. Smutko made his decision after meeting with Stahl, citing her qualifications and contributions to the Tampa Bay community. “The needs of the… Leer más Florida House Candidate, Christopher Smutko, Suspends Campaign to Support Heather Kenyon Stahl to Represent District 64
Photo: VoslzNeias By Darren Soto Adults need to get on board. The people of Orlando still feel the pain of the Pulse nightclub attack like it happened yesterday. We stand with Parkland. We stand with every community that has suffered as we have. We stand with every American who says “ENOUGH!” We tried for sensible gun… Leer más The courageous students of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School are leading the way to a future where school shootings Never Happen Again.
Foto: LULAC Washington, D.C. -La Liga de Ciudadanos Latinoamericanos Unidos ha apoyado durante mucho tiempo la aprobación de una Ley DREAM limpia que proporcionaría un camino hacia la ciudadanía para 1.8 millones de inmigrantes que fueron traídos a este país como niños por sus padres y se graduaron de la escuela secundaria. El problema ha… Leer más LULAC se opone a las Severas Condiciones de Trump y Llama al Congreso a Aprobar un Clean DREAM Act
Monday, January 22nd. is the Last Day to Book Hotel at Discounted Rate The LULAC National Legislative Conference and Awards Gala highlights critical legislative issues affecting Hispanic Americans and recognizes key leaders who have served the Hispanic community well. At this years’ conference, LULAC will present its policy issues to our council members and will… Leer más 2018 LULAC National Legislative Conference & Awards Gala
WASHINGTON, DC — The DREAM Act must be passed immediately to protect the nearly 800,000 Dreamers whose lives are in limbo pending congressional action, Dreamers, Rep. Raul Grijalva, D-AZ, and Jewish and Latino faith and community leaders said during a Capitol Hill news conference Wednesday. A 150-member delegation of Dreamers from 10 states and the… Leer más DREAMERS, ARIZONA REP. GRIJALVA, JEWISH AND LATINO FAITH AND COMMUNITY LEADERS URGE CONGRESS NOT TO DELAY DREAM ACT
Last night, South Florida voters chose Annette Taddeo to represent them in the State Senate. This special election victory for a Democrat shocked politicos and pundits alike across the state. Let me tell you a secret, though — she won because she ran this campaign on her progressive principles, stuck to her values, and led… Leer más Democrat Annette Taddeo Won Representation Miami Area in the State Senate
Source: LULAC Enforcement Priorities Apply to Almost Every Undocumented Immigrant WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) released a series of memos detailing the enforcement procedures for President Trump’s executive orders on immigration and border security. Under the new guidance, the Department of Homeland Security has effectively ended the Obama-era focus on… Leer más LULAC Condemns DHS Memos That Set the Stage for Mass Deportations
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, President Donald Trump announced his nomination for Secretary of Labor, Alexander Acosta. Acosta served as Assistant Attorney General for the Justice Department’s Civil Rights Division under President George W. Bush, and was also a member of the National Labor Relations Board and served as U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of… Leer más LULAC Statement on the Nomination of Alexander Acosta for U.S. Secretary of Labor
Photo Diario de NY WASHINGTON, DC – Recent reports indicate that in the last 48 hours, a surge in deportations conducted by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officials have resulted in the detainment of numerous individuals, including those designated as “low priority” for deportation, pursuant to the Obama Administration’s priorities for removal. In response, LULAC… Leer más LULAC Concerned with Reports of Trump’s Deportation Police Rounding up Latino Families