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Brother of Joaquin Luna, Nico Gonzalez, Talk To Tim Paynter

 

 

 

Why did the immigrant community

Lose Joaquin Luna To Suicide?

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What Could We Have Done To Save Him?

What did Joaquin want from all of us?

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Push to Listen to: Diyer Mendoza, Nico Gonzalez

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Push To Listen to Diyer Mendoza y Nico Gonzalez

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Push To Listen To Diyer Mendoza, Nico Gonzalez,

 

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One would think Joaquin’s familiy has the best idea of why Joaquin left this earth of his own accord. Some people in the press are questioning the motives of the familiy in suggesting the reason was the failure of the Dream Act, the nasty laws passed in Arizona (SB 1070), Georgia, Texas and other places, and the clear lack of the ability to live one’s dream. Diyer Mendoza says Joaquin did not mention the Dream Act in his letters he left the family. However, he and Diyer had many discussions about the hopelessness the failure of the Dream Act in the lame duck session of 2010 had instilled. Joaquin wanted, more than anything, that we pull together and pass the Dream Act, says brother Diyer. I think Diyer knows.

Eduardo Salazar

Eduardo-Salazar

Our hearts go out today to the family of Eduardo Salazar as they struggle with the loss of their child. Eduardo was stricken with a rare illness. Most childen die within 2 months after being hit. Eduardo struggled for nearly two years. HLH Syndrome is a little understood disease which often follows the Epstein Barr Virus. Recomended treatment costs well over $500,000, including chemo therapy and bone marrow transplant, not something the Salazar family from Durango, Mexico, could afford. What they did have was a mountain of determnation and a boy who was a fighter to the end.Please keep the Luna, Mendoza and Salazar families in your prayers as the new year comes to a close.

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Family of Joaquin Luna and Nico Gonzalez Talk To Un Dia Sin Fronteras

 

 

 

Why did the immigrant community

 

Lose Joaquin Luna To Suicide?

 

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What Could We Have Done To Save Him?

 

 

What did Joaquin want from all of us? 

 

Join Joaquin’s Brother

Diyer Mendoza

and

Nico Gonzalez

 

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Nico Gonzalez, a Gay Dreamer

 

from the

 

Campaign For An American Dream

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Tim Paynter

on

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Push to Listen to: Diyer Mendoza, Nico Gonzalez

Part II

 

 

 

Push To Listen to Diyer Mendoza y Nico Gonzalez

 

Part III

 

Push To Listen To Diyer Mendoza, Nico Gonzalez,

 

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Con

 

El Agogado

 

Tim Paynter

 

One would think Joaquin’s familiy has the best idea of why Joaquin left this earth of his own accord.  Some people in the press are questioning the motives of the familiy in suggesting the reason was the failure of the Dream Act, the nasty laws passed in Arizona (SB 1070), Georgia, Texas and other places, and the clear lack of the ability to live one’s dream.  Diyer Mendoza says Joaquin did not mention the Dream Act in his letters he left the family.  However, he and Diyer had many discussions about the hopelessness the failure of the Dream Act in the lame duck session of 2010 had instilled.   Joaquin wanted, more than anything, that we pull together and pass the Dream Act, says brother Diyer.   I think Diyer knows.
 
 

Eduardo Salazar   

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Our hearts go out today to the family of Eduardo Salazar as they struggle with the loss of their child.  Eduardo was stricken with a rare illness.  Most childen die within 2 months after being hit.  Eduardo struggled for nearly two years.  HLH Syndrome is a little understood disease which often follows the Epstein Barr Virus.   Recomended treatment costs well over $500,000, including chemo therapy and bone marrow transplant, not something the Salazar family from Durango, Mexico, could afford.  What they did have was a mountain of determnation and a boy who was a fighter to the end.   Please keep the Luna, Mendoza and Salazar families in your prayers as the new year comes to a close.

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The Campaign For An American Dream

 

 

 

An epic, 3000 mile march from San Francisco, Ca. to Washington, DC in support of the Dream ACT by five undocumented students!

 

 

 

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Please Help A Dreamer Stay In The US

 

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“Jonatan works with Camapaign for an American DREAM in Finance. Help Jonatan stay in the US by writing a letter describing he’s great efforts “Hey guys, I know that this may be a lot to ask, however my attorney would like for me to collect letters from people talking about what kind of person I am. I hate to ask, but if you could please write one and send it to me at jonatan.martinez716@gmail.com I would really appreciate it. Thanks, Jon”

 

Please support the Dream Act which will allow the youth of undocumented immigrants to go to school or serve in our military…because we can’t afford to export our future!


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Under The Rainbow Went My Undocumented Immigrant


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One Day Under The Rainbow Is My Love

One thing we never have to worry about is me becoming a professional singer!

 Here is a message from the heart.

 The rest might best be left to the imagination!

 

If you are missing someone you love, don’t lose hope.  Many people are dedicated to reforming the laws which part so many people.  As advocates, we love our country.  We admire the strength and the leadership of those who have come to make it a better country.   We wish the law enforcement charged with dividing us the very best, for they have a difficult role to play.  Still, we believe we must keep working to improve our country and the great people who live within her.  Together we can solve any problem.  Apart we are lost under the rainbow of hope and dreams.

 

 




Please watch for news about many projects that are underway throughout the country.  Soon, Dreamer, a True American Story will be a reality at a theater near you!  Jesse said he just finished shooting his trailer and he soon will be cutting and getting it ready.  He says he wants to thank all of you who have made his dream come true.

 

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Soon, the Campaign For American Dream will be underway.   Each effort counts, each effort brings us closer to our goal of a unified society, one in which all of us can live as free people.  One society in which each of us can look for our American Dream Under the Rainbow!

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Poetry From A Youth Touched By ICE Raid In Glenwood Springs = Master Performance



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Children Lost Father at Strawberry Days Festival

 

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The date is Father’s Day weekend, 2011.  Children are having a blast at the Strawberry Day’s Festival in Glenwood Springs, Colorado, near Aspen.   Mother’s are cherishing the time dad has to spend with the family.  It is a celebration that will leave lasting memories of joy, and sadness, in the hearts of multiple families.

 

 

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While the children of two families are jumping up and down in the bouncy castle, they do not spot strangers approaching their dads.  Soon, though, terror runs through the family.  The fathers are lured away.  The children are left on the ride to fend for themselves.

 

 

The mothers become frantic.  The dads were gone and so were the kids!  Where did everyone go?  Then the festive mood of the fair was broken as police chased a man through the crowd.  He was finally tackled, in front of astonished little ones and mothers and fathers.  What was going on in the sleepy town of Glenwood Springs near Aspen, Colorado?

 

 



Although the term ICE raid may be a slightly over-stated, and it may not, it turns out families were not the only ones who came to the 113 year old Strawberry Day’s festival to meet people in the community and have a good time.   Unbeknown to those at the event, agents from Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) had set up a command post.  Using local sheriff’s officers to lure unsuspecting “prospects” ICE began checking ID’s.  It didn’t take much to identify the Hispanics in the crowd

 

 

ICE says it was the other way around.  The Garfield County Sheriff’s Office invited ICE to the carnival to have fun on the rides and as part of an area-wide gang sweep.  However, neither agency has been able to explain why the “area-wide” gang sweep netted so few “gang members”, a total of three arrests, when prior gang sweeps netted multiple arrests.  Nor was either law enforcement agency able to explain why Colorado gang members are so well behaved.  The people ICE arrested had almost no criminal histories.

 

 

Maybe the truth lies between the two stories.  Maybe ICE drove their RV-Bus style command post to the fair to have a good time.  Imagine over-sized ICE officers who are used to lots of excitement getting bored spinning on the merry-go-round.  Or maybe officer’s from the sheriff’s department got dizzy while twirling on the Ferris wheel.  ICE took both fathers who had been watching their children shriek with joy and laughter while on the bouncy castle ride.  We only hope they could not hear the shrieks of their children as they sat in ICE custody.  One father was released, but the family of the second person would lose dad on father’s day weekend.

 

 

The fair quickly emptied out and few of the Anglo or Hispanic families returned.  No one wants to take their children to places where grown men carrying guns act like clowns.  It must have been a big financial bust to the community which supported the event.  But why should ICE care?  The tax payers footed the bill for the RV-Bus-like ICE command post.  The reputation of the festival and the community was tainted.  Neither law enforcement agency took responsibility for conducting an immigration enforcement action at an event frequented by US citizen toddlers and pregnant moms.  While citizens can take action against the Garfield County Sheriff’s Office, they can choose to not re-elect the Sheriff who places families at risk, ICE remains out of touch with the people they are sworn to protect.

 

 

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A member of the Latino community who heard about this raid sent us this poem.  He was moved by the prospect of losing a dad on Father’s Day weekend after we reported this weeks ago.  He was intrigued with whether the mother must go into action or remain frozen in fear.  Hang on to your seats!  I would rather listen to this caliber of performance any day than watch law enforcement chase poor people through carnival crowds.

 

 


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Until we tell our stories, until we speak out about injustice, there will be no solution.  The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) answers to no citizen and no community.  ICE loses nothing by aggressive enforcement actions.

 

Secure Communities in Colorado has pitted law enforcement against ordinary citizens.  No one is safe when clowns go searching.  You can make a difference.  Please become a member of Un Dia Sin Fronteras.  Our message is privately funded, and it is costing a mint.  We are working on passing comprehensive immigration reform (CIR) and the Dream Act.  Please donate $15 or whatever you can to help us speak out about the abuses of power, the broken families, the lost workers, the crying children.

 

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Un Dia Sin Fronteras is a radio program and media source determined to fight for those suffering injustice in America.  We support the passage of the Dream Act so the children of undocumented immigrants, who had nothing to do with how they came to America can have the chance to go to school, serve in the military and work their way out of abject poverty.  We stand behind the Campaign For An American Dream, a “hike” from San Francisco to Washington DC to bring enlightenment to our country.

 

We also support Comprehensive Immigration Reform (CIRASAP) to bring about reasonable and just border security and to provide a humane solution for those who help make America the great nation it is.

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