This week, the Senate Budget Committee released top priorities for its second budget reconciliation package. According to early reports, this reconciliation package includes funding for critical immigration policy changes that will allow the nation to begin to set the record straight about the invaluable contribution all immigrants make to the U.S.
This week, environmental justice organizers, activists, and Berta Cáceres’ family received a historic victory in the guilty verdict of Roberto David Castillo, a former U.S.-trained Honduran army intelligence officer and former head of the damn company Desarrollos Energéticos, or DESA, who helped orchestrate Berta’s murder.
Today marks nine years since immigrant youth were guaranteed temporary permission to stay in the U.S. through the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. While DACA has brought relief to some young immigrants making countless contributions to our nation, we know it’s not enough.
A coalition of 57 organizations sent a letter to President Biden and Vice President Harris, calling on their administration to appoint a fifth FCC commissioner without further delay.
As Latinx and migrant communities committed to climate justice we are honored to be in solidarity with indigenous communities to see an end to this dirty pipeline. Nearly 200 people were arrested this week and an ongoing treaty encampment in the path of the pipeline was launched as well.
The Latinx advocacy organizations Presente.org and #DignidadLiteraria received long-awaited news on June 23. Almost five months after the #DignidadLiteraria campaign pressured Macmillan Publishers to address the lack of diversity in its publishing house, the...