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Levantan la voz los lideres de la comunidad de los Angeles California

El día primero de diciembre del 2012 nos dimos cita en la Universidad de Loyola en el centro de los angeles California, realizando un análisis del tema Comunidades Seguras o Inseguras (Controversia), en la cual participaron la sociedad de leyes de inmigración , comunidades de inmigrantes, seguridad publica, organizaciones sociales y los representantes del gobierno.

Levantan la voz los lideres de la comunidad de los Angeles California
4 Dec 2012 - 2:03pm

El día primero de diciembre del 2012 nos dimos cita en la Universidad de Loyola en el centro de los angeles California, realizando un análisis del tema Comunidades Seguras o Inseguras (Controversia), en la cual participaron la sociedad de leyes de inmigración , comunidades de inmigrantes, seguridad publica, organizaciones sociales y los representantes del gobierno.

Verdaderamente es admirable la presencia de la participación de los diferentes lideres de la sociedad, a los cuales se hace mención  de sus nombres y dependencia por el apoyo que prestan para solucionar dentro de los Derechos Humanos  y la Justicia Social, el ya mencionado tema erróneamente llamado comunidades seguras,  Ya que el acta de la confianza ( Trust Act ) fue vetada por el gobernador Jerry Brown.

Oradores dentro de la comunidad partisipativa :

 

Jennifer Macias – Presidente de Inmigración Law Society.

Rev. Rick Hoty – First Unitarian Church of los Angeles.

Victor J. Gold, Fritz B. Burns Dean and Profesor of Law, Loyola Law School.

 

Law and Polic

Jesus Garcia, Country Commissioner, Cook Country, Illinois.

Aarti Kohli, Senior Fellow, Warren Institute of  Law  and  Policy at Berkeley Law.

Hiroshi Motomura, Susan Westerberg Prage Professor of Law, UCLA Lauw School.

Thomas A Saenz, President and General Counsel, Mexican American Legal Defense and Educación Fund.

Jose A. Gardea, Chief of  Staff, Councilman Ed Reyes, Los Angeles.

 

Community Voices

Pablo Alvarado, Director, National Day Laborer Organizing Network ( NDLON ).

Martha Arevalo, Executive Director, Central American  Resource Network ( CARECEN ).

Suzanne Foster, Executive Director, Pomona Economic Opportunity Center ( PEOC ).

Jonathan Perez, Organizer, San Gabriel Valle Dream Team ( SGVDT ).

Angelica  Salas, Director., Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights of Los Angeles ( CHIRLA ).

 

La voz organizada de los lideres de la sociedad, mantienen su visión puesta en la solución de los problemas dentro de las injusticias sociales en los Angeles California.

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NEW VIDEO: DRIVING TOWARDS JUSTICE! JOIN US FOR STATE HOUSE DAY OF ACTION ON 3/14!

 

We are making history in VT! . While other states scapegoat and criminalize immigrants, Vermont is moving to embrace our tireless migrant farmworkers as equal members of our community!

NEW VIDEO: DRIVING TOWARDS JUSTICE! JOIN US FOR STATE HOUSE DAY OF ACTION ON 3/14!
8 Mar 2012 - 1:13pm

 

We are making history in VT! . While other states scapegoat and criminalize immigrants, Vermont is moving to embrace our tireless migrant farmworkers as equal members of our community!

S-238 was introduced in the Vermont Senate to provide a path for a state issued ID for farm workers. Migrant Justice partnered with the Senate Agriculture Committee to create a path for a driver’s licenses to all VT residents who don't have access to Social Security Numbers. (More here)

Freedom of movement is a human right that right now Vermont's hard working farm workers do not have! S-238 is very important to migrant farmworkers, who currently can’t move freely and independently in VT and are forced to depend on others, including their employers, to meet their most basic needs to access food or health care. Thus, the bill also provides relief for employers of migrant workers, who will have employees that are independent, healthy, and able to identify themselves in VT should they need to.

Thanks to your help, the Senate Agriculture committee passed this bill unanimously on Friday 3/2.

But we are not done. The bill has a long way before becoming law, and we need you to make it happen!

DRIVING TOWARDS JUSTICE!

STATE HOUSE ACTION DAY

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 14th

9am – 1pm

register here

http://migrantjustice.net/3-14-actionday/register

Check out our video invite here:http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=bitkgY22nk4

Come to the State House in Montpelier and tell your legislators why your support equal right to transportation for all those living and working in VT. Partner with farmworkers and farmers from your community who are willing to come out speak up!

Schedule (Room 11, 1st floor State House):

Sign-in and orientation: 9- 9:30am

Training - How do I talk to my legislators?: 9:30- 10:30am

"Driving to Justice" Teach-in: Why are we fighting for driver's licenses? featuring Senators, allies, and farmworker leaders: 10:45 - 11:15am

Tak with legislators (throughout the State House): 11:30 - 1pm

Attend all or part of the action day, as your schedule allows.

Let’s pack the House! http://migrantjustice.net/3-14-actionday/register

Need a ride? call us at (802) 658 6770

 

video aqui www.migrantjustice.net/node/154

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