More horrors keep emerging on the family separation policy: 2,300 children removed from their parents in 6 weeks; younger kids and toddlers housed in “tender age” shelters; no plan yet on how to reunite kids with their parents!Read More
Take action and make your voice heard to make a difference in your community or nationally.
Yesterday the White House announced more restrictions on legal immigration to the US. Victims of domestic violence and people fleeing gang violence no longer have grounds for asylum.
Shame on this administration for its cruel and racist anti-immigrant agenda!
Contact your US Senators and Representatives and urge them to do all they can to stop this new ruling. (Not sure who represents you? https://www.gis.leg.mn/iMaps/districts/)
Sign the ACLU’s petition to Give Survivors of Domestic Violence Safe Haven: https://action.aclu.org/petition/DVasylum…
For more on this and other immigration restrictions -https://goo.gl/aYt5k2
To understand who this ruling will impact - https://goo.gl/qVtm2a
The WH policy of separating children from their parents to discourage illegal travel to the US is unjustifiable and unacceptable. The ACLU says over 1,000 children have been taken from their families in the last month alone - the parents don’t know where they are, when they will see them again, or if they will accompany them should they be deported.
Americans deserve full and truthful answers to ensure that the security and sanctity of our election system is never compromised again. That can only be accomplished with a full, thorough investigation, free from interference.Read More
An exciting bi-partisan effort to force a series of votes on immigration policies (including DACA) in the US House needs 218 Reps to sign on. They are just a few signatures away!
Yesterday Rep Erik Paulson signed on. Now the only MN Representatives who have not yet signed on are Rep. Tom Emmer and Rep. Jason Lewis!Read More
2018 session finished last night in a mad rush and a flurry of bills getting passed in the final hours and even minutes. The Governor now has 2 weeks to either veto these bills or sign them into law. This is the time to let the Governor know what you think of these bills.Read More