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July, 2014

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Call 866-353-8991. Tell Senator Dianne Feinstein, a major champion of these kids, to shut down Republican attacks on children fleeing violence in Central America!

The next few days are absolutely critical for the thousands of Central American children who have fled to the United States for their lives.
Right now leaders in Congress are debating how to best handle this crisis. These kids need help, but some Republican extremists want to toss aside our laws in order to speed up their deportation!
Call 866-353-8991. Tell Senator Dianne Feinstein, a major champion of these kids, to shut down Republican attacks on children fleeing violence in Central America!
Current law says that children who have made long journeys for safety should be given legal representation and their day in court.
But Republicans like Senator John Cornyn of Texas want to change that, even though many of these children fleeing violence could qualify for protection in the United States!
Outside anti-immigrant groups aren’t wasting any time. They’re a minority, but they’re flooding offices with awful rumors about diseased children. And if leaders in Congress keep hearing more from extremists, they may think it’s too risky to help these children.
It’s critical you call Senator Feinstein now. Dial 866-353-8991 and tell her no child facing violence should be deported back to Central America!
Gabe Ortiz
America’s Voice

 

Anuncian nueva medida para evitar que inmigrantes suban a La Bestia

 

El tren de carga avanzará más rápido para dejar en el camino a los migrantes que intentan subir ilegalmente.

A principios de junio la Administración Obama reconoció que en lo que iba del año fiscal 2014 agentes federales habían detenido a más de 46 mil niños, la mayoría de ellos procedentes de Guatemala, Honduras y El Salvador. Un mes después la cifra alcanzó los 52 mil y se espera que para finales de septiembre supere los 60 mil.