On June 11, community groups along with the family of Martin Del Agua held a press conference to condemn the Sacramento sheriff’s department for its blatant disregard of civil rights.
A shameful statement from six organizations prioritizes the gains of the Democratic Party over immigrant communities.
More than two million people have been deported under the Obama administration. This unjust oppressive system will continue to ruin the lives of workers unless we stand up and fight back!
Capitalist bosses are scared of the potential strength of the workers’ movement and use government agencies to prevent unions from emerging.
Over 1,100 people continue to be deported each day, while a political stalemate has permeated the White House and the halls of Congress.
The Democrats have held the immigrant rights movement hostage by continuously promising, but failing to deliver, reform.
For the first time in her life, Mejia came out publicly as undocumented at the April 6 rally.
As many as 1,200 detained immigrants are currently on hunger strike in Tacoma, Washington, according to activist Moru Mara.
Building on the momentum of the weekly "Moral Monday" protests, the "Moral March" drew a massive crowd.
Women Organized to Resist and Defend (WORD) is joining May Day rallies and marches across the United States because we believe worker's rights are women's rights.