Tuesday September 17, 2019
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BY staff | Milwaukee, WI | 10/09/13
The immigrant rights group Youth Empowered in the Struggle at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee is finishing preparations on campus to host veteran Chicano activist Carlos Montes, who will be speaking here on Oct. 11.
BY Brad Sigal | Minneapolis, MN | 10/07/13
With chants of “Si se puede!” (yes we can!) and “Obama, escucha, estamos en la lucha!” (Obama, listen, we’re in the struggle!), 3000 people marched through Minneapolis for immigrant rights on Oct. 5, a national day of action for immigrant dignity and respect.
BY Legalization For All (L4A) | United States | 9/30/13
Fight Back News Service is circulating the following statement from the Legalization For All (L4A) network.
BY staff | Tampa, FL | 9/07/13
25 people gathered outside of Florida Senator Marco Rubio's office on Sept. 7 to demand legalization for all and equality for undocumented immigrants.
BY Tom Burke | Grand Rapids, MI | 8/25/13
More than 200 immigrants and their supporters marched for immigrant rights on Aug. 24.
BY B.J. Murphy | Charlotte, NC | 7/18/13
On July 17, the day of Uriel Alberto’s scheduled meeting with the Immigration and Customs Enforcement and likely deportation, Alberto received a phone call and was told his order of ‘Stay of Removal’ had been approved.
BY B.J. Murphy | Charlotte, NC | 7/07/13
On July 4, father and head of household Uriel Alberto sat in front of Immigration and Customs Enforcement office here to partake in a hunger strike against his scheduled deportation on July 17.
BY staff | United States | 6/30/13
Fight Back News Service is circulating the following June 28 statement from Legalization For All (L4A) on immigration reform.
BY staff | Los Angeles, CA | 6/18/13
As the U.S. Senate has begun debating the immigration reform bill, on June 20 the Legalization for All Network is organizing a national call-in day to demand that senators make the immigration reform bill better.
BY Jared Hamil | Tallahassee, FL | 6/05/13
On June 4, Florida Governor Rick Scott vetoed a bill that would have allowed undocumented youth covered by DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) to have driver's licenses.
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