Day laborers from different Day Labor Project Worker Centers at IDEPSCA are learning about popular education. Volunteers also participate in different aspects of learning and teaching communication in the community.
By: Manuel Mancia
President Barack Obama speaks about immigration reform at the White House in Washington on June 30, 2014 (AFP/Archives Photo Mandel Ngan)
The version of immigration reform approved in the United States senate would offer three path of legalization for unauthorized immigrants, but the version was not approved in the House of Representatives.
The Border Security, Economic Opportunity and Immigration System Modernization Act (S744) was approved by 68 votes and voted against by 32 in a vote that generated expectations for success.
ONE STEP FORWARD
We are currently in a weekly VozMob meeting learning how to create the stories of our community. This is an activity in which we, IDEPSCA day laborers, participate using popular education, a tool that is dominant in our institution’s fight for social justice and development as human beings shedding light on our realities from families to community to the whole world.
Raul Salinas: community reporter for mobile voices