Secretary of Homeland Security Kirsten Nielsen was booed by protesters against immigrant family separations on the border in a Mexican restaurant in Washington D.C. on Tuesday.
La Secretaria del Departamento de Seguridad Nacional, Kirstjen Nielsen, fue abucheada y sacada de un restaurante mexicano en Washington D.C. el día martes por manifestantes en contra de la separación familiar de inmigrantes en la frontera.
Immigration advocates held emotional demonstrations and detailed accounts of family separation at the border as Vice President Mike Pence attended a Republican fundraiser.
“Estados Unidos no será un campamento de migrantes, y no será un centro de detención de refugiados”, afirmó Donald Trump el lunes en la Casa Blanca.
¿Quién sabía que los liberales, los demócratas y los que odiaban las trompetas se preocupaban tanto por el bienestar de los niños inmigrantes y refugiados que se separan de sus padres?
Bourdain era un tesoro nacional, pero su defensa a fondo de personas que, para algunos, son vistas como desechables e inhumanas, le dieron un lugar muy especial en los corazones de los hispanos.
By using Germany as an example of the supposed horrors taking place in Europe, Trump didn’t disappoint those who wondered what new falsity he would utter this time.
Who knew that liberals, Democrats and Trump-haters cared so much about the well-being of immigrant and refugee children who get separated from their parents?
Bourdain was a national treasure, but his full-throated advocacy of people who are seen, by some, as disposable and unhuman gave him a very special place in the hearts of Hispanics.
In a letter to Gov. Tom Wolf, Rep. Brendan Boyle (D-PA) and Rep. Linda Sánchez (D-CA) cited reports of misconduct and poor living conditions at the immigration detention center in Berks County.
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.
Talking about the Holocaust in the 21st century seems both recidivist and diachronic. Many may think that "the past is past" but others, especially historians, insist that being aware of our history allows us to avoid making the same mistakes.
Hablar del Holocausto en el siglo XXI pareciera tanto reincidente como diacrónico. Muchos piensan que “el pasado, pasado está” mientras otros, en especial los historiadores, insisten en que ser conscientes de nuestra historia nos permite evitar cometer los mismos errores.
Secretary of Homeland Security Kirstjen Nielsen has defended her department's measures on border crossings, assuring that "if you have committed a crime you will be imprisoned, regardless of whether you have a family or not."
La Secretaria de Seguridad Nacional, Kirstjen Nielsen defiende las medidas del Departamento de Seguridad Nacional asegurando que “si has cometido un crimen irás preso, sin importar si tienes familia o no”.
The Spanish government accepted 629 migrants aboard the "Aquarius" after Italy and France refused to offer their ports. Among the migrants, mostly Africans crossing the Mediterranean to reach Europe, there are 123 children.
Republicans will do everything possible to build the wall, even if it means negotiating with the policy of separating families at the border.
Los Republicanos harán todo lo posible por construir el muro, aún si ello implica negociar con familias separadas.
Since Attorney General Jeff Sessions approved the new "zero tolerance" policy with immigration during the month of April, the separation of families and the detention of children have proven to be one of the worst chapters in the U.S. relationship with human rights.
Desde que el Fiscal General Jeff Sessions aprobara la nueva política de “tolerancia cero” con respecto a inmigración durante el mes de abril, la separación de familias y la detención de menores de edad ha demostrado ser uno de los peores capítulos en la relación de Estados Unidos con los derechos humanos.
AL DÍA News spoke with Nestor Armando Gil, a Cuban-American artist who explores Latino cultural heritage through his installations and performances. His work will be exhibited at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts (PAFA) in Philadelphia beginning June 30.
Venezuela has been in an ongoing political and socioeconomic crisis for years.
The U.S. government has created a new office that will thoroughly investigate immigration applications to identify people who may be lying to obtain citizenship.