Immigration advocates held emotional demonstrations and detailed accounts of family separation at the border as Vice President Mike Pence attended a Republican fundraiser.
An extensive report documents the criminalization of six migrant women on the southern border of Mexico who were tried for crimes they never committed and whose rights to a fair trial were violated.
Fernand Fernandez, interim president and CEO of the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, has written a letter to members of Congress calling the controversial practice at the border a “disturbing injustice.”
Vice President Mike Pence plans to attend a fundraiser for the Republican Governors Association at the Rittenhouse Hotel on June 19, where an advocacy group will protest the Trump administration’s separation of migrant children and parents at the border.
All of the aggressive policies of the Trump Administration have not been enough to break the will of thousands of people who continue to attempt to cross the U.S. border with Mexico.
Toda la parafernalia y las políticas de la Administración Trump no han sido suficientes para quebrar la voluntad de miles de personas que siguen intentando cruzar la frontera con México.
Juntos, an immigrant advocacy organization based in Philadelphia, responds to the Trump administration's decision to end the separation of migrant families on the U.S.-Mexico border and instead keep families detained together.