Last week's unprecedented march on Washington D.C. to "Keep Families Together" through immigration reform has borne its first fruit, immigrant rights activists are saying.
"I don't want my parents to be scared of being deported and being separated from me and my brothers. I want them to live in peace."
On March 8th, the newly-elected progressive congressman from Dallas/Fort Worth, Marc Veasey, hosted a forum with local political and community leaders to talk about immigration reform.
Don't look now, but the federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency may be back to its old tricks.
After the abduction of her mother by ICE Jan. 10, Erika Andiola got in touch with other immigrants' rights activists, and within hours a nationwide network was mobilized.
A young Marine from Oak Cliff found out, a week after being deployed to Afghanistan, that his father had been deported to Mexico!
This weekend, Mitt Romney endorsed Republican Rep. Steve King for reelection Nov. 6, calling him a "partner in DC." King has taken the most extreme right-wing positions on almost every issue.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit found that a section of Alabama's law interferes with children's constitutional right to education.
Chants of "Undocumented, unafraid!" continued for several minutes as the strikers greeted and hugged those in the crowd.
Vargas, the father of four U.S. citizen children, has led a crime free life but now sits in a Monroe County jail.