Comunidades Inmigrantes de Georgia se preparan a Marchar por una Reforma Migratoria e impulsar Plan "B" para decir ALTO a las Deportaciones en Atlanta el 5 de Octubre, 2013
MAS DE 60 ORGANIZACIONES MARCHARAN EN APOYO AL ALTO A LAS DEPORTACIONES Y UNA VERDADERA REFORMA MIGRATORIA
As Congress prepares to resume debate on overhauling immigration laws, a group engages in a little civil disobedience to make their point about citizenship.
Maria Guadalupe Crespo recalls the hardship she endured while illegally crossing into the United States from Mexico 12 years ago.
Her group of about 20 people spent days evading Border Patrol agents in the southern Arizona desert. Hungry and dehydrated, by the time they reached their safe house the food that was waiting for them had spoiled and their one jug of water was nearly empty.
Moderator's Note: As part of my continuing coverage offering critical analyses of the proposed legislation for comprehensive immigration reform, I am posting this critique of the proposed "path to citizenship" in the Senate's bill, S. 744. Peter Schey, President of the Center for Human Rights and Constitutional Law, prepared this detailed critique of Title II of S. 744, the section dealing with legalization of undocumented immigrants. Informed readers will recognize Peter Schey as one of the lead lawyers involved in the historic Plyler v Doe case, which successfully challenged a 1978 Texas law requiring the children of undocumented parents to pay tuition to attend public school. Please visit the homepage of CHRCL and support their pivotal work on human rights for immigrants and workers.