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Pablo Alvarado
During his State of http://qerc.org/viagra-online-prescription the Union address this year, President Obama said, "It is time to heed the call of business leaders, labor leaders, faith leaders, law enforcement—and fix our broken immigration system." In the same speech, the president emphasized his executive power to take action when Congress will not. But Congress is threatening another impasse on immigration. And while Capitol Hill plays politics, Obama refuses to uk alternative viagra use his executive authority to halt the deportation of more than 1,100 immigrants per day.
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NDLON Staff
Pasadena, California celebrated an important birthday today. The Pasadena Community Job Center completed fourteen years of connecting ready, reliable workers with area homeowners and contractors and serving as a community hub for education and www.jobsinvermilion.com cultural exchange.
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Salvador G Sarmiento
Is the President’s nominee to lead the Department of Homeland Security anti-immigrant? The truth is that nobody knows.  Nobody has bothered to ask.

Essential Questions for the www.epshellas.com Homeland Security Nominee

Posted by NDLON Staff / November 13, 2013

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NDLON Staff
The nomination of Jeh Johnson to be the next Secretary of Homeland Security and the controversial departure of his predecessor open the door for pivotal questions about the future of the government's largest agency, especially related to its approach to immigration. Below are several essential questions for Mr. Johnson to answer before his appointment is accepted.
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Ligia Guallpa
Hurricane Sandy struck fast and furious, and when the waters receded it became clear just how much money and people power it would take to cialis from european online drugstores put New York City back together.  As the cleanup began, another reality became clear. Immigrant construction workers, especially day laborers, who became first responders after the hurricane were operating as an underclass in an under-regulated construction industry.
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Marisa Franco
Perhaps never before has there been such a broad coalition and well-formed consensus on the obtain viagra without prescription need for inclusion of those who are undocumented in our country. Years of struggle, sacrifice, and unprecedented organizing have built momentum to force immigration onto the national agenda and Congress’ docket. Yet, even though legalization is inevitable, the outcome of its legislation is still and uncertain.
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Maria Marroquin
Thanks for this incredible award to KQED and Union Bank. I accept it, not for myself, but for the whole day laborer community. Day laborers are incredible and how to get cialis no prescription an example of cialis 20 mg tablet the best humanity and best of our community. They’re people who have brought their families to a new home in order to search for a better future or who had to leave their families behind and work for their well-being, without being present for their children’s first teeth and first steps. Without being by the bedside of their own parents in their last days… Yet working for those very people whose love keeps them going, building and improving communities.

Carlos Danger

Posted by Kung Li / August 12, 2013

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Kung Li
When disgraced ex-Congressman turned mayoral candidate Anthony Weiner needed an alias to carry on his explicit online chats, he needed something that said: OK, so I’m a cartoon…but I’m a bad boycartoon. And so was born, Carlos Danger. Last week, Univision’s Satcho Pretto had the unrepentant Weiner on her Despierta América morning show. Ten minutes into the interview, she finally asked what her viewers really wanted to know. “You picked the pseudo name Carlos Danger,” she said. “Why did you pick a Hispanic name?” Then, working hard to lowest price viagra keep from laughing, Pretto continued, “…and how dangerous were you really?” It’s a question that’s asked regularly of the U.S.-Mexico border. Just how dangerous is buying generic viagra without prescription it really?

Fence, Camera, Drone.

Posted by Kung Li / August 08, 2013

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Kung Li
Back in March, a few weeks before the Senate’s Gang of Eight filed their bill, Senator John McCain invited three of the other Senators to join him for a visit to the border. This sub-Gang of four was admiring the viagra for women border fence separating Nogales, Arizona from Nogales, Sonora when a woman clamored over the top and made a run for it. Sen. McCain sent out a tweet about the exciting international event. The reactions to the woman climbing up and over the 18-foot high galvanized steel fence varied. They were: 1. That danged fence isn’t high enough. We need to invest more money, on a double fence patrolled by megalodons.2. See? Fences don’t work. Stop wasting money on a border fence that’s nothing more than a symbol.3. I really need to get back to the gym.
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B. Loewe
Mag-Net hosted a call on media and cultural strategies within the immigrant rights movement. Listen to the discussion: May 1st marks May Day, also known as International Workers Day. On May 1st, 1886, nearly a half a million immigrants went on cost levitra low a general strike to viagra 50 fight for a 8-hour workday.  Over a hundred years later, starting in 2006, again millions of immigrant workers and supporters participated in May Day protests against H.R. 4437, a draconian anti-immigrant bill.   Even today, the majority of click here May Day protests are led by immigrants.
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