Archive: November, 2015

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Nov2015
Humo blanco con olor a copal quemado circuló entre una multitud convocada por grupos pro inmigrantes la tarde del viernes en el Capitolio Estatal de Arizona. Con coloridas pancartas hechas a mano, alrededor de 150 personas allí se congregaron para denunciar la ... Read More

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Nov2015
For Immediate Release One Year after Immigration Action, No Relief & Deportations Continue Immigrants to March Against Racism and Enforcement   What: March Against Deportations When: Friday November 20th, Rally at 3:00pm, March begins at 4:30pm Where: AZ State Capitol (rally at end of park where Washington splits into Jefferson and Adams), marching to the 4th Avenue Jail (201 S 4th Ave) ... Read More

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Nov2015
For Immediate Release Contact: Puente, media@puenteaz.org Community Rallies Against Gov. Ducey’s Racist Anti-Refugee Announcement Attempt to ‘Ban’ Refugees Promotes Fearmongering, Xenophobia, & Violence What: Rally Against Racism and Hate When: Tuesday, November 17th at 11am Where: Outside of Governor Doug Ducey’s Office, 1700 W Washington Who: Puente, concerned community members Phoenix, AZ-- In response to Governor Ducey’s ... Read More

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Nov2015
For Immediate Release Contact: media@puenteaz.org Phoenix, AZ-- In response to Governor Ducey’s announcement banning any new refugees from Arizona, Puente’s Carlos Garcia released the following statement: “Governor Ducey’s fearmongering will only serve to generate hysteria and enables an environment where racist acts of violence and hate are accepted. Scapegoating and xenophobia don’t ... Read More
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Nov2015
Op-ed Por Carlos García Originalmente publicado en inglés en The Hill Un año después de que el presidente anunció la nueva política de inmigración, el tema está siendo tratado en el contexto de las próximas elecciones. Mientras los republicanos más han optado por ser el partido de la auto-deportación, los demócratas ... Read More

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Nov2015
For Immediate Release Puente Responds to 5th Circuit Decision on DACA/DAPA ‘The President Now Has More Reasons to Do More to Stop Deportations’ Phoenix, AZ—In response to today’s 5th circuit ruling upholding the injunction against DACA and DAPA, Carlos Garcia of Puente says, “Ever since President announced the expansion of deferred action, instead ... Read More

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Nov2015
Phoenix (AZ),  (EFEUSA).- Organizaciones comunitarias en Arizona pidieron hoy una pronta respuesta por parta de la Administración del presidente Barack Obama para frenar las deportaciones y separaciones de familias ante el bloqueo judicial de la implementación del programa DAPA y la expansión de DACA. “Ya no podemos seguir esperando, estamos en ... Read More

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Nov2015
Migrant advocates today announced a November 20 march against deportations and family separations that will take place on the one-year anniversary of President Obama's executive action on immigration. Last November, the president announced a series of orders on immigration that he said were meant to prioritize the deportations of “felons, ... Read More
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