By Julio Rodriguez President Joe Biden’s election has brought new hope to this country’s immigrant communities after years of former President Donald Trump’s anti-immigrant rhetoric. For Vanessa Moreno, program director for “Consejo de Federaciones Mexicanas,” an immigration advocacy organization, a new administration meant she could breathe easy. Being a beneficiary of the Deferred Action for
“I am simply defending my country from cultural and ethnic replacement brought on by an invasion.” This is a statement taken from the manifesto of Patrick Crusius minutes before he killed 22 people at a Walmart in El Paso. It is a statement that mirrors President Donald Trump’s ongoing blatantly racist rhetoric. Trump has referred
By Jonathan Ramirez Kirstjen Nielsen was the former poster-child for family separation and her replacement will be worse. Which is truly saying something. McAlneenan has been one of the main enforcers for “zero tolerance” of immigrants crossing the border for enforcing and defending it. He has also supported the president’s border wall and testified before
The Immigrant Youth Coalition is holding “Coming Out of the Shadows,” a 700-mile caravan tour from San Diego to Sacramento from March 27 – April 6.
Let’s call it what it is: President Donald Trump’s immigration Executive Order is a thinly veiled Muslim ban, and it is both unethical and inhumane.
The complicated process that immigrants will face in a country that benefits from them
A line stretched several blocks around the Riverside Municipal Auditorium filled with Bernie Sanders supporters and undecided voters in efforts to have the chance to see the Democratic presidential hopeful speak May 24.
There are over 300 deaf refugees in Riverside who have fled persecution in their home countries, mainly Central America. This is the introduction to their stories. Interviewer: Brooke Cary Video by Henri Je’taime #refugeeseries
Deaf Refugees in Riverside, California seek asylum through the law offices of Hadley Bajramovic. Hear her story, as a lawyer who works with over 300 of these deaf refugees.
Mark Anthony Howard | Opinions Editor If 11 people moved into a single story house, some serious rules and regulation would be in order. Wouldn’t it? The US Congress doesn’t think so. The US census bureau reports 11 million undocumented immigrants live in the United States and “The House” (Congress) has made no laws concerning