• Menlo Park, CA: Sanctuary City Ordinance
    Our immigrant community is particularly vulnerable to the current national rhetoric. These families feel scared and uncertain about being targeted and detained because of their immigration status. Immigrant children in Menlo Park schools feel scared and uncertain. We who favor adopting a sanctuary ordinance want Menlo Park to be inclusive and supportive of our most vulnerable community members, including immigrants. Sanctuary ordinances have been passed in 300 cities and counties in the US. The goal of adopting a sanctuary ordinance is to strengthen the local community by increasing trust and communication between residents and city employees. With a publicly adopted sanctuary ordinance, immigrant families in the community are less fearful of federal intervention and therefore more likely to cooperate positively with local police, school officials and other city employees.
    379 of 400 Signatures
    Created by Jennifer Mazzon
  • Protect Immigrant Youth: Pass Dream Act Now!
    **DACA has been terminated - but we will deliver your signatures to Members of Congress showing the support that Americans have for people impacted by this announcement so that they quickly move to pass a Dream Act right away that isn't used as a vehicle for anti-immigrant policy** This is important, because hundreds of thousands of workers, families, and immigrants depend on the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals. If enough of us demand that General Kelly take a stance in favor of keeping the program, we can be a step closer to protecting nearly 800,000 people from deportation.
    201,581 of 300,000 Signatures
    Created by Adrian Reyna
  • Tell Texas Legislators: Keep In-State Tuition!
    If anti-immigrant Texas legislators get their way, I won’t be able to complete my education. My name is Maria Gonzalez-Treviño, and I am an undocumented honors student attending the University of Houston. I hope to obtain my bachelor’s degree in Political Science by May 2018 and my ultimate dream is to go to law school and become an immigration attorney to help immigrants in my community. Unfortunately for me and thousands of students across Texas, our dreams might be crushed by the end of the legislative session. I will fight against these bills and similar ones because I see many other undocumented students’ stories as a reflection of my own. Let’s be clear; these bills are an attack on our ability to pay the in-state tuition rate at Texas colleges. As a first generation college student, I struggled to adapt to the college environment. Doubling or tripling tuition fees would only make college even more inaccessible for many of us. Everyone should have access to an education regardless of their skin color, religious beliefs or immigration status. We have the power to make sure that undocumented students like myself keep dreaming and achieving their educational and professional aspirations. If enough Texans sign this petition and share our stories, Texas legislators will see that we mean business when it comes to protecting everyone’s right to an education, allowing undocumented students to pay in-state tuition, and protecting educational equity. The more we speak up, the more pressure they will feel to stop playing political games with our education. Don’t they know by now? You don’t mess with Texas Dreamers.
    1,653 of 2,000 Signatures
    Created by Maria Gonzalez-Treviño Picture
  • STOP WORK
    It will shut down the USA . We can not eat with out these people to Kill, Pick and process all the food we eat. Really is this so hard to see? Trump will have to sleep in a dirty bed?
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    Created by Mike Brown
  • protect immigrants
    In service of the dedication on the Statue of Liberty ... Give us your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breath free
    5 of 100 Signatures
    Created by Ed McWilliams
  • Make Cal State University San Marcos a Sanctuary
    North county San Diego is one of the most vulnerable regions to Deportation in San Diego. Its imparative that undocumented and immigrant students and their families receive support, safety, and sanctuary from their university officials.
    6 of 100 Signatures
    Created by Karen Guzmxn
  • Make Desert Hot Springs a Sanctuary for Immigrants!
    Across the country, many are calling for their universities to become sanctuary campuses. The model is the “sanctuary city,” like Austin, New York City, Chicago and dozens of other municipalities, which have declared their intention not to cooperate with federal officials seeking to deport residents simply because they lack appropriate immigration documentation. At this moment, when there is a rising national rhetoric of intolerance and acts of hate that threaten people of color, Muslims, LGBTQ individuals, Jews, women, and immigrants, among others, we strongly affirm our protection of these groups, and we affirm our intention to support all students in their quest to pursue their education without government interference.
    5 of 100 Signatures
    Created by David Martin
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