Donald Trump desata su ira contra demócratas y periodistas; Los latinos rompen récord de presencia en la Cámara de Representantes; En estas elecciones las mujeres fueron las grandes ganadoras; Concluye selección de jurado para el juicio contra El Chapo Guzmán; Sube a más de 4000 el número de centroamericanos en Ciudad de México; Colaboró con la Migra y ahora tendrá que pagar muy caro.
El licenciado Rafael Cox Alomar analiza la pretensión del presidente Donald Trump de dejar sin efecto, por medio de una orden ejecutiva, disposiciones constitucionales para que los hijos de inmigrantes ilegales nacidos en suelo americano puedan advenir a la ciudadanía por nacimiento
Origen: ¿El final de la ciudadanía?
RSVP for a #FamiliesBelongTogether event near you. Tomorrow we take to the streets to tell Donald Trump and his administration to permanently end the separation of kids from their parents. Our demand is clear and not negotiable: Reunite families, end family detention, and end zero tolerance. All families belong together. Period. Tomorrow, June 30th, will be a “Families Belong Together” national day of action, with more than 600 events in all 50 states, and an anchor protest in Lafayette Square in Washington, D.C. Tens of thousands of people are expected to participate. The actions are focused on opposing the separation and detention of immigrant families. Right now, all the Republican bills to address this manufactured crisis are terrible and unacceptable. The Trump administration is saying the only options are separation or indefinite detention, but that is wrong. There is no reason for the vast majority of immigrant families to be prosecuted and kept in cages. They’re trying to trade family separation for jailing children in unlicensed facilities, which is unacceptable. RSVP for an event near you to put a stop to this. And help amplify our #FamiliesBelongTogether protests online by inviting your friends to join this campaign and call on Congress to end family separation and detention now.
Add your name to put a stop to the Trump administration’s “zero tolerance” policy of separating immigrant children from their families. Over the past week, new stories have emerged about children as young as 53 weeks being separated from their mothers — who are turning themselves at the border to federal officials in an effort to seek asylum. These stories have shined a light on the Trump administration’s new “zero tolerance” policy of ripping children away from their parents in order to discourage immigration. Under Trump’s “zero tolerance” policy, ICE, Border Patrol, and other Homeland Security agencies are taking the children of immigrants and asylum-seekers and sending them to faraway detention centers, no matter how young the child, how terrible their situation, or how unnecessary their separation. As these reports raise concerns about how we’re treating immigrant children who enter the country without legal status, we must raise our voices to put an end to this inhumane policy. Add your name to demand the Trump Administration stop separating immigrant children from their families IMMEDIATELY — and account for what is happening to all children in immigration custody.
Send a message to your senators now—pass S.2580 to stop the Trump administration from racially rigging our 2020 Census with an unnecessary, discriminatory question on citizenship. President Trump’s Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross announced his plan to add an untested, last-minute question about citizenship status to the 2020 Census. Experts say this would dramatically skew the final results—and with it, the resources and political power our communities can access. If the 2020 Census includes this politicized question on citizenship status, it’ll undercount communities of color and others who feel intimidated by Trump’s anti-immigrant rhetoric—by discouraging them from participating at all. And since we use Census data to draw legislative districts, it’ll amplify the harm of gerrymandering—keeping fair representation in government out of reach for too many of us. We should call this what it is: a politically-motivated attempt to racially rig the census. We need your voice to fight back. We deserve a fair democracy that represents us all—so we need to stop this by putting massive pressure on Congress. *** Dear Members of the U.S. Senate: Please support S.B. 2580 to ensure a fair and accurate Census. The Census requires that everyone within the borders of our country be counted, regardless of their citizenship status. But Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross’s decision to include a question on citizenship threatens that constitutional requirement, and politicizes this process. An accurate Census is essential in the redrawing of our congressional and legislative districts and budgeting decisions that impact our schools, hospitals, roads, and veterans. That’s why Congress must step in and pass legislation to prevent an unnecessary question on citizenship from muddling the results of the 2020 Census.
According to a new Fox News Poll, a record 83 percent of Americans now support a pathway to citizenship for undocumented immigrants currently in the United States. This adds to the growing trend of voters who want Congress to prioritize passing legislation that allows undocumented immigrants brought to the U.S. as children to become citizens if they meet certain requirements. Share this update and ask your friends to join the call to pass the DREAM Act in the Senate today!
House Republicans just passed two anti-immigrant bills—“No Sanctuary for Criminals Act” and “Kate’s Law”—that would green light Trump’s mass deportation agenda. It’s time to urge the Senate to oppose these anti-immigrant bills and focus instead on coming up with a permanent legislative fix to our broken immigration system. Our Senators need to feel pressure from you to deprioritize deportation of Dreamers and enable them to contribute to American companies and communities. Join the campaign to protect Dreamers and urge the Senate to vote no on these two anti-immigrant bills!
Origen: Protect Dreamers
Donald Trump arrasó en Iowa en las elecciones de 2016, lo irónico es que ahora muchos de los productores en el estado tiemblan ante la posibilidad de que sus políticas antiinmigrantes acaben con sus negocios.
El hecho de que Donald Trump haya ganado las elecciones a pesar de recibir menos votos que Hillary Clinton, ya marcaba lo que sería su gobierno: más desacuerdos y críticas que acuerdos y aprobaciones.Las primeras dos semanas de Donald Trump fueron completamente intensas. Los ciudadanos estadounidenses se manifestaron por las resoluciones que tomó el nuevo presidente; los expertos políticos criticaron sus decisiones; y muchos integrantes del Congreso -tanto demócratas como republicanos- cuestionaron a quien fue elegido como presidente.