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Tag: undocumented workers

Obama’s Immigration Laws Go Before Supreme Court


April 18, 2016 

Two of president Obama’s sweeping executive actions over immigration, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) and Deferred Action for Parents of Americans (DAPA) go before the Supreme Court. They were challenged by Texas who said the president overreached his executive powers by shielding more than 4 million people from deportation. The actions were taken by….

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“Orange Is The New Black” Star Recalls Parent’s Deportation


November 19, 2014 

Diane Guerrero is on top of the world right now. Not only is she one of the principals on Orange is the New Black but she also has a recurring role on Jane the Virgin. But she wasn’t always so lucky. At the age of 14 her parents and brother were deported back to Colombia….

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The Daily Show Skewers Fears About “Illegal” Latinos


November 03, 2014 

The Daily Show Get More: Daily Show Full Episodes,The Daily Show on Facebook,Daily Show Video Archive The Daily Show visited my home state of Texas for a revealing look at the growing anxiety among White folks about the Latino population. It is a fact that by 2020 Latinos will outnumber Whites in the Lone Star….

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President Obama Puts Off Executive Action On Immigration


September 08, 2014 

President Obama has decided to delay taking executive action on immigration until later in the fall. He had promised that he would use his powers to force some kind of immigration reform after congress has repeatedly refused to act on the issue. The president claims that the reason he has to delay taking any sort….

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Crappy Immigrant Jobs: Lettuce Picker Guy


August 28, 2014 

Of all the crappy jobs that Latinos take when they first come to the United States probably the most common and the suckiest is migrant agricultural worker. That’s a fancy way of saying lettuce picker. With all of the modern mechanization used in farming, you still have to pick the lettuce, strawberries, squash, etc. by….

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