El fiscal de California, Xavier Becerra, anunció el lunes una demanda legal contra la Administración del presidente Donald Trump por haber suspendido la Acción Diferida (DACA) que beneficia a más de 200.000 inmigrantes indocumentados residentes en el estado y 800.000 en el resto del pais. En su argumento legal, la Fiscalía de California -que se une a los estados de Maine, Maryland, Pennsylvania y Minnesota, entre otros- argumenta que la Administración federal violó el debido proceso de protecciones de los solicitantes de DACA al poner en riesgo su información.
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Today National Council of La Raza gathered local community leaders and non-profit directors to discuss what they can do to "protect and defend the advances the Latinos have made in this country thus far," according to Rafael Collazo, Director of Political Campaigns.
Focusing on ensuring that they remain inclusive of all political leanings, the group came together to decide what the high-line items were and how they can enact change on a real level in the community.
Students in St Louis propose to help millions of ‘food insecure’ people and reduce America’s food waste by using the vehicles and shuttered offices of the United States Postal Service, reports The Guardian,
The Guardian visited an immigration detention center in Pennsylvannia and asked the children incarcerated about their Christmas wishes. They all wish the same: freedom.
The economic crisis in Venezuela has put thousands of Venezuelan retirees abroad in a desperate situation, as they stopped receiving their pensions.
According to the most recent census data, the uninsured portion of the United States population has fallen to 9 percent, with the sharpest drop registered among those living in households with incomes of less than $48,600 a year (for a family of four) or $23,760 for a single person.
More than one-quarter of Americans don’t have adequate access to basic banking tools, such as checking accounts, credit cards, or loans for instance. Mostly all of these people belong to communities with low incomes, with less than a college degree, and minorities.
Depending on alternative products such as payday or auto loans to make ends meet, increase their risk of marginalization.
“Un adolescente sin hogar no se parece a lo que probablemente te imagines como un adolescente sin hogar”, explica John Ducoff, director ejecutivo de Covenant House Pennsylvania. “Los adolescentes y los niños se preocupan mucho por las apariencias y por cómo son percibidos. Por esta razón, se vuelven una comunidad invisible, y nuestra misión es sacarlos de la sombra”.
“A homeless teen isn’t what you probably think a homeless teen looks like,”John Ducoff, the Executive Director of Covenant House Pennsylvania, explains.“Teens and kids care too much about keeping up with appearances and how they’re perceived. For that reason, they remain an invisible community, and our mission is to bring them out of the shadows.”
An interview with an Honduran mother that has been detained in Berks with her infant since the 10th of November of 2015. She tells about the conditions in Berks, the experience of the hunger strike, and all that she has suffered with the hope of being liberated in The United States.
Una entrevista con una madre hondureña que ha estado detenida en Berks con su infante desde el 10 de noviembre del año 2015. Nos cuenta sobre las condiciones en Berks, la experiencia de la huelga de hambre, y lo que ha sufrido con la esperanza de ser liberada en Los Estados Unidos.
This was the text of my introduction speech at the first annual “Latino History Awards Luncheon”, hosted by AL DIA News at the Union League Club of Philadelphia, on September 21st, 2016
The official recording of the science we now called History began 484 years before Jesus Christ.
El día de hoy el Consejo Nacional de la Raza juntó a los líderes de las comunidades locales y a los directores de ONGs para discutir lo que se puede hacer para “proteger y defender los avances que los Latinos han llevado a cabo en este país hasta el momento”.
Under Martin Baron leadership, the Post has tackled with great success the odds of the digital era, surpassing in unique views the once unbeatable New York Times
This is the way I explained this to a dear Puerto Rican friend.
Nos gustaría averiguarlo nosotros mismos.
Por esta razón, AL DÍA lanzó la semana pasada uno de los proyectos editoriales más excitantes en los 25 años de historia de este medio de comunicación independiente, fundado y dirigido por periodistas. Un medio ubicado aquí mismo, en Filadelfia, el segundo mayor enclave de la diáspora portorriqueña en los EEUU.
We would like to find out ourselves...
That is why AL DÍA launched last week one of the most exciting editorial projects during our 25 years of existence as an independent news outlet —owned and operated by journalists— here in Philadelphia, home to the second largest settlement of the large Puerto Rican Diáspora in the U.S.
Taking advantage of the DNC2016, which was hosted in our city the final week of July, AL DÍA launched an unique editorial crowd-sourcing project to document an untold, undocumented story:
Ambas organizaciones ofrecerán talleres gratuitos sobre cómo comprar una vivienda este lunes 13 y martes 14 de junio en las oficinas de Juntos.
Nonprofit groups will host workshops on how to properly buy a house on June 13th and 14th.
The nonprofit organization Valley Youth House will be placing random couches throughout Center City in an efforts to raise awareness homeless LGBTQ youth in the city.
The idea is to engage and assess the individuals and families living in the streets.
Gym joins a list of local lawmakers and community groups asking for the same.
With the boom comes fear. That’s what we are living through now. The homeowners on my block have heard the numbers — 20,000 apartments coming online in the next five years, and, yet, no new schools, no new trains.
In gentrifying neighborhoods across the nation, different aspects of American culture come into conflict —and the resulting clash is redefining urban life in America.
With growing needs and its community work expanding, the Council of Spanish Speaking Organizations (Concilio) will begin a new phase in its history.
The oldest Latino organization in Philly announced it plans to relocate its headquarters and services to 141 E. Hunting Park Avenue from its current location at 705 N. Franklin Street.