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Denver Immigrants To Come Out In Force May 1


Un Dia Sin Fronteras is the only Denver radio program which has consistently supported the immigration reform movement with a reporter on the ground.  The program, with hosts Tim Paynter and Willie Rouge, produces cutting content on the immigration and human rights fronts.

 

Comprehensive Immigration Reform

DENVER – Hundreds of supporters from labor, immigrant, faith, youth and community groups will rally and march in support of comprehensive, common sense, immigration reform tomorrow, Wed., May 1, 2013, beginning on the Capitol west steps at 11:00 a.m. and ending at Sunken Garden Park on Speer between 8th and 10th Ave.  Diverse immigration reform supporters from the business community, faith leaders and elected officials will speak at the rally on the West steps of the Capitol before leading activists on a march along a path to citizenship down 13th Avenue towards “Citizenship” Park.

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Timed to coincide with the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee’s mark up of the comprehensive, common sense immigration reform, a rally also will be held in Greeley, and similar events were held in Grand Junction and Pueblo on Sat., April 27, 2013.
WHAT:  Rally and March in Support of a Pathway to Citizenship
WHO:     Activists
       Immigrants
Community leaders
WHEN:   Wednesday, May 1, 2013
       11:00 am- Rally
       11:45 am- March to “Citizenship Park” (Sunken Garden Park)
WHERE:    Rally – State Capitol (West Steps), 200 E. Colfax Avenue, Denver 80203
        March Route – down Sherman St. to 13th, down 13th to Speer Ave, South on Speer Ave.
        Celebration – “Citizenship Park” (Sunken Garden Park, along Speer Ave. between 8th and 11th)
VISUALS:   Hundreds of people wearing white, holding signs, waving American flags
Coloradans for Citizenship Now is a coalition of eight organizations –  Colorado Immigrant Rights Coalition, Colorado Latino Forum, Colorado Progressive Coalition, Mi Familia Vota Education Fund, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), Rights for all People/Derechos Para Todos, Service Employees International Union (SEIU) Local 105 and Together Colorado – advocating for comprehensive immigration reform with an earned and rapid path to citizenship that is not tied to border security for the 11 million aspiring citizens in the United States. 


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Fair Immigration Reform Colorado Bus Tour FIRM and CIRC


A Bus Tour to learn how to pass the message of immigration reform in the US!

 

 

Join the Fair Immigration Reform Movement and youths from around the country in telling America why immigration reform is ripe for change now!

 



1. Keep families together, rather than shred the bond between parent and child;

2. Immigrants contribute significant money to the economy. You don’t have to know an immigrant to benefit from immigrant tax and spending revenue;

3. Immigrants contribute significant innovations to the country. Google, for example, might be a Russian innovation if the co-founder was deported.

4. Fundamental fairness has to apply to all people to keep America fair. We cannot say we are a just people when we treat others harshly.

5. Comprehensive immigration reform (CIR) will make our nation safer by identifying people within our borders.

Please call your senator and representative and ask him or her to support immigration reform. Please contact an immigrant organization near you and ask them to give a speech in your organization.

 

 

Thanks to Denver City Councilman Paul Lopez, Senator Michael Bennet, Senator John McCain, Representatives Diana DeGette, Jared Polis and Luis Gutierrez for taking the leadership on immigration reform.

Thanks to the Colorado Immigrants Rights Coalition, Rights For All People, Padres y Jovenes Unidos, One Colorado, SEIU Colorado and many other organizations which support immigration reform, because it is the right thing to do!

 


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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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AFSC Protest AT GEO ICE Detention Facility



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A variety of organizations stood up against ICE abuse with it’s system of private prisons.  The AFSC helped organize the event in which a large group of people met at the GEO facility in Aurora Colorado.

The group made up of multiple races, citizens and permanent residents, and families grieving the incarceration of their loved ones in prisons for profit.

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Approximately 100 people gathered at the GEO center in North Aurora, Colorado.  They say they are shocked at the new walls and the increase in the size of the facility.  ICE is clearly planning on taking care of many new invitees.  At $130 per day, GEO group is making a pretty penny keeping people locked up for a buck.  The use of the private prisons allows ICE to hide the true cost of imprisoning 450,000 immigrants last year, a large percentage of whom have never committed a crime.

The AFSC and friends hold the vigil on the first Monday of every month.  If you are in the Metro area, please come by and meet the people who say no to private prisons, GEO group and prisons for profit, ICE raids and imprisoning children and housewives who would otherwise make productive, tax paying, American citizens.

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Comprehensive Immigration Reform (CIR) will strengthen the border, add legions of border patrol agents, and fund security for our nation’s sea ports.  At the same time, it would bring 12 million undocumented immigrants out into the sunshine.  The law would give them a long journey to become permanent residents of the US, so long as they pass a background check, pay fines which when totaled would add billions to the federal treasury, and pay back taxes.

The Dream Act will allow the youth of undocumented students a chance to go to college or serve in the military.  After background checks and fines which will add additional billions to help tax payer causes, Dream Students could become permanent residents.   They, too, will have a 7 to 10 year path, and have to tow the line pending completion of their end of the bargain.

Neither option is amnesty because both bills require substantial sacrifices on the part of the immigrants in order to take advantage of the benefits of the law.  A conservative legislature has blocked both the Dream Act and CIR, while asking citizens to endure continuing reductions in Medicare, social security, schools and police protection.

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Stop Deportation Of Alberto Yañez – Dreamer Denied The Dream


 

 

 

Alberto Yañez

 

Arrested by ICE

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Alberto Yañez

 

Please help stop his deportation!

 

 

One more Dreamer facing life in a strange land!

 

 

Yañez, from Elma, Washington, is facing deportation.  “Going home” is not something that is going to be an easy fit for the 24 year old. That is because he came to the US when he was only a year a half old.

 

 

Sure, he walked here.  Not really.  More likely, he was carried on the backs of relatives.  But an unfair immigration system does not care this young person had no say in crossing the border or exceeding a stay under a visa or a thousand other reasons why they can deport you. 

 

 

 

Under our justice system, we don’t usually hold babies responsible for committing what amounts to an administrative violation of immigration rules.  Don’t tell anyone, but most babies don’t have a clue what the border is, much less how to cross it.  How can they be responsible for violating the rules?  Immigration says Alberto has to go home anyway.

 

 

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Richard Hartwell


That is not to say Alberto is anything short on the brains department. In third grade, Alberto was placed into a program for gifted children.  He was taking AP courses while in high school competing against his US born friends who were also upwardly mobile.  After getting to Washington he enrolled in a program called “running smart”, which allowed him to graduate from South Puget Sound Community College only 6 months after graduating from high school.

 

 

 

 

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Evergreen State College


Alberto’s next step was Evergreen State College where he completed 5 quarters while holding down a full time job.  It had to be that way.  Alberto is the father of three children.  He has a family to support.

 

 

 

Please Sign Alberto’s Petition

 

 

But starting an early family has not kept this youth from reaching for the American Dream.  Alberto started his own business so he would have enough flexible time to be a good father and go back to school.  He wants to be a pharmacist tech and has been studying at Clover Park Technical College.  Despite working his tail off in two jobs and taking care of his children, he got a B in one of his classes during his first quarter at Clover.  He managed A’s in his other three classes.

 

 

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Into every life some rain must fall.  For Alberto that rainy day came on November 16th, 2010.  Alberto was detained by ICE at his home.  That started a nightmare stay in ICE detention where he spent 30 agonizing days away from his family, away from his work and out of school.

 

 

 

Alberto’s next scheduled hearing is July 7th, 2011.  He may face deportation today.  His family and friends are asking you to sign a petition on his behalf.  Even if he does not get a free ride across the border today, meaning maybe his case might be continued, he can still use your support.  These cases tend to take awhile.  Strong community support is critical for successful candidates.

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Clover Park Technical College


Alberto is exactly the kind of case they are talking about when they say President Barak Obama should stop deportations of Dream Act eligible students.  These include people who had little choice, or worse, have no memory about how they came to the US.  Either they are in school or soon to be in school.  Likely, they have strong family ties to the US, including children or parents who are US citizens.  Imagine what a deportation will do to the future of three kids who could be forced to grow up without a father.

 

 

 

Please sign Alberto’s petition

 

 

 

Please sign the petition originally penned by Richard Hartwell, an activist fighting his heart out for the passage of the Dream Act.  Let’s just say, if you have Richard on your side you have a darn good friend!

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