Undocumented Activists Deplore Obama’s Decision to Delay Deportation Relief

1526813_767001749994801_1296141988_n

“Families like mine cannot wait for relief. My father could be deported in the next few months and the President continues to play political games with our lives. We will hold the President and other politicians accountable for the harm they have inflicted on our communities. We will continue to take action to demand that the President provide immediate relief from deportations,” explains Gabriela Benitez”

Full Story »

Antonio at May Day: “I Am Now Telling President Obama That We Don’t Want This Change”

” I am now telling President Obama that we don’t want this change, we don’t want your hope if this is what hope and change look like. I don’t want to be afraid that I might lose another family member, a friend, a lover, and a community member tomorrow.”

Full Story »

Cecilio Is Out of Detention!

10012564_10101262749222559_1464600953_n

“This morning, Cecilio was supposed to be on a plane to Mexico. Instead, he’s on his way back to Aurora, Illinois to be reunited with his wife and two children.”

Full Story »

Lourdes: “My Story Does Not End Here; I Am Still In Deportation Proceedings But I Am No Longer Afraid.”

Photo Credit: Isaac Silver

“That is the reason I am here coming out of the shadows. Because I feel my skin curling [goose bumps] and my heart breaks when thinking that my children could be left without their mother. And all of their dreams and mine will be truncated. I will not stop fighting. I will not let them separate me from my children.”

Full Story »

María: “To This Day, My Son Turns White and Hides When He Sees Police Officers. They Are No Longer There To Protect Us.”

1911847_785480304803550_1751089202_n

“When I got home, I found out they were ICE. They handcuffed him in front of our children and left, leaving my children and I huddled on the floor in tears. To this day, my son turns white and hides when he sees police officers. They are no longer there to protect us.”

Full Story »

María: “Como Madre Yo Pido Que Paren Las Separaciones De Familias”

397514_785481298136784_1745098459_n

“Él no quería que el día en que lo iban a deportar llegara. Quería que no pasaran las horas. Yo sentía que mi corazón se desgarraba. El día en que lo deportaron no pude abrazarlo por última vez. Yo tenía miedo que regresara a México, un país desconocido. El llego sin identificación y si un hogar a donde llegar. Desde que llego a México no ha podido encontrar trabajo y un hogar estable.”

Full Story »
Page 1 of 6123456»

STAY INFORMED