• Demand Congress Deliver Citizenship Now
    Undocumented people have been denied basic human rights simply because of their immigration status. Denying undocumented communities a pathway citizenship is holding us back from having a thriving society where everyone is valued. The urgency of this moment cannot be understated. With Farm workers risking their lives to keep our communities fed during COVID-19 and DACA being attacked in the courts, delivering on a pathway to citizenship for our communities right now is long overdue. We urge you to support a pathway citizenship in the reconciliation package.
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    Created by Carolina Bortolleto
  • Immigration MATTERS!!!!
    People should join me because I am also an immigrant I have a kid and I am sure we all have families here so we need to work as a community and help others , we deserve to get treated with respect and we cant let anything define who we are , we got to start thinking as WE and not me , because we going through a lot we need to change for our families and our communities.
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    Created by Shannon Tejeda
  • Petition to Provide Free Investment Legal Advice
    The problem: Investment fraud is widespread and affects honest investors. People are just trying to earn an honest living. Maybe they’re even trying to escape from poverty. Many people have big dreams of making a living from investments but their dream is ruined by fraud. What’s the reason fraud is so widespread? It’s because people aren’t financially educated and don’t know how to protect themselves. The solution: Offer free legal advice on how to make sound investments and how to recover investment losses. Everyone who is involved in investment should have access to a lawyer who can provide advice and support. Even just a basic level of education can save a lot of people down the line. Financial education should begin at school. Teach students how to wisely invest their money and what dangers to look out for. Adults, too, should be able to attend talks and classes to help them protect their wealth.
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  • Petition to Offer Family Law Training
    The problem: Family breakups are becoming increasingly common. Often, parents and children don’t understand the full implications of divorce. When a separation occurs, the legal process causes enormous stress on parents and children. This has led to an increase in mental health problems, with families unable to heal after they become separated. Inevitably, children growing up in dysfunctional environments will go on to have dysfunctional families of their own. The solution: Much of the problem lies in the fact that people don’t understand how the divorce process works. This is because most people across the world simply don’t have any legal training. Therefore, we need to offer free law training to families. This will help them navigate the divorce process more effectively. Furthermore, families should be given free access to a family law lawyer who can answer any questions they may have. This should be offered whether or not a married couple is planning to divorce. Families looking to get in touch with a custody attorney, either for education or to use their services, can find one by visiting this website.
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  • Defend DACA Now!
    On June 29, 2017 Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, along with 9 other Republican attorneys general from Alabama, Arkansas, Idaho, Kansas, Louisiana, Nebraska, South Carolina, Tennessee and West Virginia, as well as the Governor of Idaho, sent a letter to U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions calling for the Secretary of Homeland Security to phase out the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA). In their ultimatum to the Trump Administration, the attorneys general present two options: get rid of DACA or they will fight to destroy it in the courts. The letter goes on to state that the Trump Administration has until September 5th, 2017 to begin the phase-out of DACA: halting the renewal and issuing of new DACA or expanded DACA permits and calling for an ultimate end to the program. If the administration does not act on the letter’s demand, the attorneys general will expand the lawsuit they used to end DAPA (a sister program meant to protect Dreamers' parents and family members) to now add a challenge to DACA. Recently, Luis Gutierrez met with Secretary of Homeland Security, General Kelly, and warned DACA and TPS recipients to prepare for the worst. This is a serious threat for hundreds of thousands of young immigrants, and it will take all of us raising our voices together to begin to turn the tide. DACA has allowed hundreds of thousands of qualified immigrant youth to gain legal protection, go to college, and support their families and communities. While Trump vowed he would leave Dreamers and DACA alone, a handful of states have now threatened to sue to try to end it themselves. As a DACA recipient myself, I believe in our power when we stand together. The first step in this fight is to ask elected officials from every state to come out publicly defending -- instead of destroying -- DACA. They can use their power to make a strong case for why DACA is worth saving, but they need to hear from us that this is a critical priority.
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  • Defend DACA Now!
    If you have a problem with immigration you should think about if you were in a place in which you were unsafe or lacked opportunity You too would leave and start somewhere else. Even more importantly, DACA protects young immigrants. We should not be punishing young people for the conditions older generations have put them and their home countries in.
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  • UNACCEPTABLE!! DACA recipients losing their jobs is a huge financial HARDSHIP!
    My name is Ana Moreno, healthcare worker and mother of 4, as of June 26 I am no longer allowed to provide for my family! Like many more Dreamers I am on the verge of losing my job! MY LIVELIHOOD! As of July 9 I will be UNEMPLOYED without the right to apply for unemployment! My children and I will loose our healthcare benefits. And I will loose the right to FINANCIALLY PROVIDE,I will loose my job of 5 years! I worked hard during this pandemic and like many others will be affected tremendously! Many of us have ALREADY lost our jobs and are facing HUGE hardships as a result of USCIS processing delays. It’s UNACCEPTABLE! !!! I ask that we don’t forget of our dreamers and help press for more help! We work hard and help just as much for OUR country!
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  • Save The Raza | Hispanic Immigration Awarness
    Now join this movement and we obtain justice for our Hispanic community. Together we can create change one step at a time This country is responsible for protecting its citizens and they have failed us once again. With your support, we can do the right thing and revoke the ICE facility permit to stop the inhumane treatment of our community members and stop the separation of families.
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  • Make Utah a Place of Belonging for Undocumented Youth
    The Senate must bring the Dream Act, the Secure Act, and the Farm Workforce Modernization bills to the floor by April 30. Congress is in recess until April 11th. That's why we want to use every day until then to reach out to our Senators, share our stories, and call for action. A pathway to citizenship is extremely popular with the American people. According to a Quinnipiac poll, 83% of Americans support a pathway to citizenship for immigrant youth. According to a recent PRRI poll, 64% of Americans support a pathway to citizenship for ALL undocumented people. The majority of voters (55%) also said they would be less likely to vote for a Senator who votes against citizenship bills. Our country is at our best when we live by our values of compassion, dignity and respect. Now is the time for our nation to implement humane infrastructure and policies that protect all immigrants and welcome people in a safe and dignified way.
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  • Schedule a Meeting with your Senator: Kyrsten Sinema
    The Senate must bring the Dream Act, the Secure Act, and the Farm Workforce Modernization bills to the floor by April 30. Congress is in recess until April 11th. That's why we want to use every day until then to reach out to our Senators, share our stories, and call for action. A pathway to citizenship is extremely popular with the American people. According to a Quinnipiac poll, 83% of Americans support a pathway to citizenship for immigrant youth. According to a recent PRRI poll, 64% of Americans support a pathway to citizenship for ALL undocumented people. The majority of voters (55%) also said they would be less likely to vote for a Senator who votes against citizenship bills. Our country is at our best when we live by our values of compassion, dignity and respect. Now is the time for our nation to implement humane infrastructure and policies that protect all immigrants and welcome people in a safe and dignified way.
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  • Schedule a Meeting with your Senator: Elizabeth Warren
    The Senate must bring the Dream Act, the Secure Act, and the Farm Workforce Modernization bills to the floor by April 30. Congress is in recess until April 11th. That's why we want to use every day until then to reach out to our Senators, share our stories, and call for action. A pathway to citizenship is extremely popular with the American people. According to a Quinnipiac poll, 83% of Americans support a pathway to citizenship for immigrant youth. According to a recent PRRI poll, 64% of Americans support a pathway to citizenship for ALL undocumented people. The majority of voters (55%) also said they would be less likely to vote for a Senator who votes against citizenship bills. Our country is at our best when we live by our values of compassion, dignity and respect. Now is the time for our nation to implement humane infrastructure and policies that protect all immigrants and welcome people in a safe and dignified way.
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  • Petition to Include Diversity Themed Books in Schools
    The Problem. Thanks to the help of advocates, minority groups and members of the LGBTQ+ community are getting more representation in mainstream media. But it doesn’t mean that everyone already accepts them. It’s true that there were significant improvements made, but we are still far from saying that we’ve already achieved racial and gender equality. The worst part is that young children may form negative thoughts about the minority groups and become bullies as they grow old. Children who also come from minority families could feel different about themselves, lose their self-confidence, and have a difficult time forming friendships and relationships because they aren’t guided well. The Solution. Children are naturally curious, and they will question a classmate who may have a different color of skin or has two dads or two moms as their parents. Discussing these things in the classroom through the use of literature helps normalize diversity and teaches children to become more accepting of other students who may have interracial parents or other setups that make them a bit different than the rest. School children may learn prejudice or discrimination from home, and these negative traits can be corrected at school once their beliefs are redirected. Check out https://books.org if you’re looking for kids books that will help your children learn valuable life lessons.
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