SIREN To Host Sheriff Candidate Forum TONIGHT/ SIREN SIREN presentará el foro de candidatos para aguacil ESTA NOCHE

For Immediate Release: April 24, 2018

Contact: Jeremy Barousse

               Director of Civic Engagement, SIREN

               jeremy@siren-bayarea.org

               408-460-5807

 

**MEDIA ADVISORY**

Tuesday, April 24, 2018

6:00PM


 

Immigrant Rights Organization (SIREN) to host Sheriff Candidate Forum on Immigration & Public Safety


Mountain View, CA -- On Tuesday, April 24, 2018,  the immigrant and refugee rights organization Services, Immigrant Rights and Education Network (SIREN) will host a candidate forum for candidates running for Santa Clara County Sheriff.

The forum, which will be held in English with translation in Spanish, will focus on immigration and public safety issues. SIREN has invited the immigrant community to attend the candidate forum so they can listen and ask questions about issues that directly impact them.

“This election will be extremely critical,” said SIREN Executive Director Maricela Gutiérrez. “Our forum will be a great opportunity for the community to hear each candidate’s perspective on the role of law enforcement in establishing trust with immigrant communities and their positions on law enforcement collaborating with ICE.”

The free public forum will be moderated by Perla Rodriguez, Chief Executive Officer of Voler Strategic Advisors.

WHO: Services, Immigrant Rights and Education Network (SIREN)

WHAT: Santa Clara County Sheriff Candidate Forum

WHEN: Tuesday, April 24, 2018 from 6pm to 8pm

WHERE: Mountain View Center for Performing Arts, 500 Castro Street, Mountain View, CA 94041

 

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Contacto: Jeremy Barousse

 Director de Civic Engagement, SIREN

 jeremy@siren-bayarea.org

 Tel. 408-460-5807


 

**CONSULTIVO DE MEDIOS DE COMUNICACION**

Martes, 24 de abril de 2018

6:00 p.m.


 

Organización de los Derechos del Inmigrante (SIREN) Organiza Un Foro de Candidatos del Sheriff sobre temas de Inmigración y Seguridad Pública



Mountain View, CA - Hoy martes 24 de abril de 2018, la organización de derechos de inmigrantes y refugiados (SIREN), organizará un foro de candidatos para candidatos al sheriff del condado de Santa Clara.

El foro, que se llevará a cabo en inglés con traducción al español, se enfocará en temas de inmigración y seguridad pública. SIREN ha invitado a la comunidad de inmigrantes a asistir al foro de candidatos para que puedan escuchar y hacer preguntas sobre los temas que los impactan directamente.

"Esta elección será extremadamente crítica", dijo la directora ejecutiva de SIREN, Maricela Gutiérrez. "Nuestro foro será una gran oportunidad para que la comunidad escuche la perspectiva de cada candidato sobre el papel de la aplicación de la ley en el establecimiento de confianza con las comunidades de inmigrantes y sus posiciones en la aplicación de la ley colaborando con ICE".

El foro público gratuito será moderado por Perla Rodríguez, Directora Ejecutiva de Voler Strategic Advisors.

QUIEN: Red de servicios, derechos de los inmigrantes y refugiados (SIREN)

QUÉ: Foro de Candidatos del Sheriff del Condado de Santa Clara

CUÁNDO: Martes, 24 de abril de 2018 de 6:00p a 8:00p

DONDE: Mountain View Center for Performing Arts, 500 Castro Street, Mountain View, CA 94041


Maricela Gutiérrez - Services, Immigrant Rights, and Education Network


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New poll finds most parents don’t support arming teachers

New poll finds most parents don’t support arming teachers

The immigrant advocacy group Services, Immigrant Rights, and Education Network (SIREN) in San Jose has been fielding more concerns about immigration raids than in the past. Children are worried about their parents being deported, said executive director Maricela Gutierrez, which can make it hard for them to focus in class. Some school districts have even seen a decrease in student attendance, she said, after high-profile raids.

“It’s going to have long-term effects on how our children are seeing our government,” she said, “and the distrust they are building in our federal government.”

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April Newsletter

April Newsletter

The fight for immigrant rights continues to be an uphill battle as both Congress refuses to act and the current administration is relentless in its efforts to deport and oppress the communities we serve. Despite the challenges we face, over the last few weeks the rise in youth activism across the country has shown us that our youth has tremendous power and can be the drivers of change.

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SIREN Denounces Addition of Citizenship Question to 2020 Census

Yesterday, Department of Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross included a question regarding citizenship status in the list of questions submitted to Congress for the 2020 Census. Services, Immigrant Rights and Education Network (SIREN), an immigrant and refugee rights organizations serving Northern and Central California, denounces the inclusion of the question on citizenship status which will have far-reaching consequences on immigrant communities and communities of color.

The decision by the Commerce Department dangerous and blatantly anti-immigrant and will inevitably cause participation in the upcoming Census to plummet due to immigrant community members failing to complete the form out of fear.

“This question is unnecessarily intrusive and will raise concerns in all households - native- and foreign born, citizen and non-citizen about the confidentiality of their personal information linked to citizenship status and how government authorities may use that information. The consequences of the resulting undercount of immigrant communities are far-reaching impact. Census data is used to determine how basic resources, services, and representation are provided to already marginalized communities,” said SIREN’s Executive Director, Maricela Gutiérrez.

SIREN commends the bold leadership of California Attorney General Xavier Becerra for suing the Trump Administration for adding this question.

“Once again California is leading the way against bigotry and hate being spewed by this Administration,” said Gutierrez. “I applaud the Attorney General for his leadership. This fight is far from over.”

Congress will have the final approval of the 2020 Census form, and will vote this spring on the finalized form.

SIREN Condemns Billions More for Trump’s War on Immigrants and Exclusion of a Clean DREAM Act in Omnibus Spending Bill

SIREN Press Release 3/23/18
Media Contact:
Erik Schnabel
Communications Manager
erik@siren-bayarea.org

SIREN Condemns Billions More for Trump’s War on Immigrants and Exclusion of a Clean DREAM Act in Omnibus Spending Bill



Today, Trump signed a $1.3 trillion omnibus spending bill sent to him by both the House of Representatives and the Senate. Despite desperate pleas of DREAMers to include a permanent solution to address the termination of DACA within the must-pass spending bill, there was no such solution included. Instead, lawmakers on both sides of the aisle approved billions of dollars more to fund Trump’s war on immigrants. While this may have been less funding than what Trump wanted, it will still fuel the detention and deportation machine that is tearing apart families and causing terror in immigrant communities.

The final bill includes $14 billion for Customs and Border Patrol (CBP), an increase of nearly $2 billion from last year, including funding for border militarization and fencing and hiring additional agents. While the spending bill requires some limited accountability measures, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) got a $7 billion including increased funding for detention beds, Homeland Security Investigators, and ICE attorneys. An increase of $65 million was provided for Immigration Judge teams. Even though there was less money approved than Trump wanted, this is by no means should be considered a victory for immigrants.

SIREN’s Executive Director Maricela Gutiérrez commented, “It’s clear that the majority of Congress is more concerned with fueling Trump’s racist and xenophobic war on immigrants than finding a permanent solution for DREAMers. Members of Congress on both sides of the aisle, including several from California, voted in favor of this omnibus delivered to Trump. Most notable of those who voted Yes are local Representatives Nancy Pelosi, Anna Eshoo, Jim Costa and David Valadao, all of whom SIREN has recently met with to express our concerns. To put it plainly, they failed us by endorsing his deportation machine and turned their backs on DREAMers with their votes. Congress needs to develop a backbone and fight back against Trump’s agenda that terrorizes immigrants in our communities.”

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SIREN Comunicado de prensa 23/03/18
Contacto con los medios
: Erik Schnabel
Gerente de comunicaciones
erik@siren-bayarea.org


SIREN condena a miles de millones más por la guerra de Trump contra los inmigrantes y la exclusión de una Ley de DREAM limpio en un proyecto de ley de gastos ómnibus


Hoy, Trump firmó un proyecto de ley ómnibus de $ 1.3 billones de dólares enviado tanto por la Cámara de Representantes como por el Senado. A pesar de las súplicas desesperadas de DREAMers para incluir una solución permanente para abordar la terminación de DACA dentro de la factura de gastos obligatorios, no se incluyó esa solución. En cambio, los legisladores de ambos lados del pasillo aprobaron miles de millones de dólares más para financiar la guerra de Trump contra los inmigrantes. Si bien esto pudo haber sido menos fondos que lo que Trump quería, seguirá alimentando la maquinaria de detención y deportación que está desgarrando a las familias y causando terror en las comunidades de inmigrantes.

El proyecto de ley final incluye $14 mil millones para la Patrulla de Aduanas y Fronteras (CBP), un aumento de casi $2 mil millones del año pasado, incluido el financiamiento para la militarización de la frontera y la esgrima y la contratación de agentes adicionales. Si bien el proyecto de ley de gastos requiere algunas medidas limitadas de rendición de cuentas, el Servicio de Inmigración y Control de Aduanas (ICE) recibió $ 7 mil millones, incluido un mayor financiamiento para las camas de detención, los Investigadores de Seguridad Nacional y los abogados de ICE. Se proporcionó un aumento de $ 65 millones para los equipos de Juez de Inmigración. Aunque hubo menos dinero aprobado de lo que Trump quería, esto de ninguna manera debe considerarse una victoria para los inmigrantes.

La Directora Ejecutiva de SIREN, Maricela Gutiérrez, comentó: "Está claro que la mayoría del Congreso está más preocupada por alimentar la guerra racista y xenófoba de Trump contra los inmigrantes que por encontrar una solución permanente para los DREAMers. Los miembros del Congreso en ambos lados del pasillo, incluidos varios de California, votaron a favor de este ómnibus entregado a Trump. Los más notables de los que votaron Sí son los Representantes locales Nancy Pelosi, Anna Eshoo, Jim Costa y David Valadao, con quienes SIREN se ha reunido recientemente para expresar nuestras preocupaciones. Para decirlo claramente, nos fallaron al respaldar su máquina de deportación y le dieron la espalda a los DREAMers con sus votos. El Congreso necesita desarrollar una columna vertebral y luchar contra la agenda de Trump que aterroriza a los inmigrantes en nuestras comunidades ".
 

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ACTION ALERT: Call Your Senators and Urge Them to #DefundHate and Pass #CleanDREAMNow

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Today, the House of Representatives has passed a budget deal that includes funding for border fencing, an increase in ICE attorneys, and funding for detention beds.

The House had the unique opportunity to put over one million DREAMers on a pathway to citizenship by including DREAM Act legislation and refugee resettlement funding into the budget package  AND FAILED! 

This fight is not over as the Senate still has to vote.

Can you call Senators Dianne Feinstein and Kamala Harris today to tell them to defund ALL of Trump’s hateful agenda and attach a Clean DREAM Act to the budget bill?

Please call/tweet at these members of Congress and tell them #NotOneDollar for funding that promotes the separation of families and mass deportations.


@SenFeinstein

@KamalaHarris
 

PLEASE CALL 202-224-3121 TO BE CONNECTED TO YOUR SENATORS  


Feel free to use this script:

“Hello, my name is __________ and I live in (city) and I am calling to urge Senator _________ to vote against any budget deals that include ANY funding for Trump’s deportation machine and to attach clean DREAM Act to the omnibus spending bill.”

CONSIDER DONATING TODAY!

Our work cannot be possible without supporters like you. Please consider making a donation today so we can continue to empower immigrant families in Northern California.

You can make a donation here

 
 

Llamada de acción para #DefundirElOdioYLucharPorUnActoDeSueñoLimpio


 

Hoy, la Cámara de Representantes aprobó un acuerdo presupuestario que incluye fondos para un muro fronterizo, un aumento en los abogados de ICE y financiamiento para camas de detención.

¡La Cámara tuvo la oportunidad única de poner a más de un millón de Soñadores en un camino hacia la ciudadanía al incluir la legislación del Acto de Sueño y el financiamiento de reasentamiento de refugiados en el paquete presupuestario Y FALLO!

Esta pelea no ha terminado ya que el Senado aún tiene que votar.

¿Pueden llamar hoy a las senadoras Dianne Feinstein y Kamala Harris para pedirles que rechacen TODA la odiosa agenda de Trump y que incluyan un Acto de Sueños limpio en el presupuesto?

Llame / tweet a estos miembros del Congreso y dígales #NotOneDollar #NiUnDólar para obtener fondos que promuevan la separación de familias y las deportaciones masivas.


@SenFeinstein
@KamalaHarris
 

POR FAVOR LLAME AL 202-224-3121 PARA CONECTARSE CON SUS SENADORES
 

Siéntase libre de usar esta guía:

"Hola, mi nombre es __________ y vivo en (ciudad) y llamo para pedirle al la Senadora _________  vote en contra de cualquier acuerdo presupuestario que incluya CUALQUIER financiamiento para la máquina de deportación de Trump y agrege el Acto de Sueños limpio a la ley de gastos ómnibus".


¡CONSIDERE UNA DONACIÓN HOY!

Nuestro trabajo no puede ser posible sin seguidores como usted. Por favor, considere hacer una donación hoy para que podamos continuar empoderando a las familias inmigrantes en el norte de California.


Puedes hacer una donación aquí


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Maricela Gutierrez - Executive Director
Services, Immigrant Rights, and Education Network
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Call to Action to Defund Hate/Pass Clean DREAM in Budget // Llamado de acción para desanimar el odio/aprobar el Acto de Sueño limpio en el presupuesto del gobierno

Congress must pass a spending bill to fund the federal government by March 23, and as we speak, Congressional leaders are currently negotiating how much money to give Trump’s deportation force, as he is asking for $21.5 billion to be included in Department of Homeland Security spending to ramp up his deportation machine and fund his border wall.


In the budget talks, Congress also has the unique opportunity to put over one million DREAMers on a pathway to citizenship by attaching DREAM Act legislation to an omnibus package in the budget bill.

 

Can you make a call to member of Congress and Leader Nancy Pelosi today to tell them to defund Trump’ hateful agenda and attach a Clean DREAM Act to the omnibus spending bill?
 


 PLEASE CALL 202-224-3121 TO BE CONNECTED TO YOUR MEMBERS OF CONGRESS AND CALL LEADER PELOSI’S OFFICE AT (202) 225-4965

 

Feel free to use this script:
 

“Hello, my name is __________ and I live in (city) and I am calling to urge Rep/Sen _________ to vote against any budget deals that include funding for Trump’s deportation machine and to attach clean DREAM Act to the omnibus spending bill.”

 


 Please also sign our petition to Sen. Dianne Feinstein, who sits on the Senate Appropriations Committee, urging her to not support one dollar toward DHS funding and include clean DREAM Act in the spending bill.
 

CONSIDER DONATING TODAY!
 

Our work cannot be possible without supporters like you. Please consider making a donation today so we can continue to empower immigrant families in Northern California.
 


You can make a donation here


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Llamada de acción para #DefundirElOdioYLucharPorUnActoDeSueñoLimpio




El Congreso debe aprobar un proyecto de ley para financiar el gobierno federal antes del 23 de marzo y mientras hablamos, los líderes del Congreso están negociando cuánto dinero dar al plan de deportación de Trump. Pide que se incluyan $ 21,500 millones en gastos del Departamento de Seguridad Nacional para aumentar su máquina de deportación y financiar su muro fronterizo.

En las pláticas presupuestarias, el Congreso también tiene la oportunidad única de colocar a más de un millón de Soñadores en el camino hacia la ciudadanía al unir la legislación de un Acto de Sueño limpio a un paquete general en el proyecto de ley de presupuesto.

¿Puede hacer un llamada hoy a la miembro del Congreso y líder Nancy Pelosi para pedirle que desembolsen la odiosa agenda de Trump y que incluyan un Acto de Sueño limpio en el proyecto de ley general de gastos?


POR FAVOR LLAME AL 202-224-3121 PARA CONECTARSE CON SUS MIEMBROS DEL CONGRESO Y LLAMAR A LA OFICINA DE LEADER PELOSI AL (202) 225-4965


Siéntase libre de usar esta guía:

"Hola, mi nombre es __________ y vivo en (ciudad) y llamo para instar a Rep / Sen _________  vote en contra de cualquier acuerdo presupuestario que incluya fondos para la máquina de deportación de Trump y adjuntar un Acto de Sueño limpio al proyecto de ley de gastos ómnibus".

También firme nuestra petición a la senadora Dianne Feinstein, que forma parte del Comité de Asignaciones del Senado, para presionarla a no apoyar un dólar para obtener los fondos del DHS e incluir un Acto de Sueño limpio en el proyecto de ley de gastos.
 

¡CONSIDERE UNA DONACIÓN HOY!


Nuestro trabajo no puede ser posible sin seguidores como usted. Por favor, considere hacer una donación hoy para que podamos continuar empoderando a las familias inmigrantes en el norte de California.

 

Puedes hacer una donación aquí
 


Maricela Gutierrez
 

Services, Immigrants Rights, and Education Network (SIREN) Condemns Lawsuit by U.S. Department of “Justice” Over California’s Policies

Media Contact: Erik Schnabel
Communications Manager
erik@siren-bayarea.org

 
SIREN strongly condemns U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions and the U.S. Department of Justice lawsuit against California’s laws to protect immigrants. Specifically, the lawsuit challenges provisions of three policies enacted in California: the Immigrant Workers Protection Act (AB 450), oversight of the immigration detention system through AB 103, and the California Values Act (SB 54). 

These policies were passed as a direct response to pushing back against the racist war on immigrants launched by Jeff Sessions and the Trump Administration. In the last few weeks, the Trump Administration has carried out Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) actions that included racial profiling, denial of access to counsel, increased enforcement at worksites, and detention of immigrants.  The policies that California, as well as local jurisdictions have enacted ensure greater oversight over detention abuses, provide rights to immigrant workers affected by immigration enforcement at their place of employment, and limit state and local law enforcement agencies in facilitating the deportation of community members. Sessions and Trump have long been intent on punishing California for our compassion and standing on the right side of justice.   

SIREN’s Executive Director Maricela Gutierrez stated, “Attorney General Sessions has proven repeatedly that he is motivated to act based on racism and misunderstanding of the law. He has shown that he will use the Department of Justice to carry out a war on immigrants, communities of color, and the Constitution. Jeff Sessions is one of the leaders’ of this Administration’s white supremacist agenda and he clearly brought his racist agenda with him to Sacramento today. California will continue to fight this Administration in the courts, in the legislature, and in the streets. ” 

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Hundreds of Youth Walkout and March to San Jose City Hall and Federal Building in Support of Clean DREAM Act and TPS and to Denounce Cruel ICE Enforcements

SIREN Press Release 3/6/18
Media Contact:
Erik Schnabel
Communications Manager
erik@siren-bayarea.org


Hundreds of Youth Walkout and March to San Jose City Hall and Federal Building in Support of Clean DREAM Act and TPS and to Denounce Cruel ICE Enforcements


Yesterday, hundreds of high school and college students walked out of classrooms across San Jose to urge congressional action on a Clean DREAM Act and Temporary Protective Status, and also denounce recent abusive ICE actions in Northern and Central California that resulted in the 232 people being detained. The local action, led by Services, Immigrant Rights and Education Network (SIREN), was part of a National Day of Action for a Clean DREAM Act, that saw actions all across the U.S. and a civil disobedience campaign in Washington D.C. urging Congress to act. As students converged on the plaza in front of San Jose City Hall, speakers took the stage to share why they felt the need for action that resulted in student walkouts. Several of the speakers who have received DACA addressed the personal impact of the Trump Administration ending the DACA program, and Congress failing to act to find a permanent solution for the affected young people. As student speaker Amairani Oronia said, “DACA has given me the opportunity to work and go to college. I have protection from immigration because of DACA but for how long?” Although speakers discussed how important DACA is to them, they were also clear that they weren’t willing to compromise their family members in order to get see DACA passed. Several of the speakers referred to various legislative solutions that have been discussed which proposed passage of DACA at the expense of criminalizing their parents for bringing them here or that pushed for the end of certain family categories in the family reunification immigrant program. Many of the speakers also denounced the recent ICE actions across Northern and Central California that occurred last week, which saw the arrest of 232 people. As has been well documented, ICE actions were extremely troubling and caused widespread panic among immigrant communities; with report of racial profiling, ICE vans driving around public parking lots, denial of detainees access to counsel, and various abusive practices. As SIREN Youth Leader, Nithya Badrinath stated in her speech, “ICE has deported, is deporting and wants to deport even more people who came to this country to chase the American Dream, the ideal that this country was founded on, to escape violence and hardship in their native countries, and to live a normal life where they can feel safe and protected”. After gathering at San Jose City Hall to hear the speakers, the youth then marched to the Robert F. Peckham Federal Building to continue the rally, before returning to San Jose City Hall to finish the action.

 

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SIREN Media Advisory: Immigrant youth participate in march for a clean DREAM Act, TPS, and to denounce ICE activity

For Immediate Release: Friday, March 2, 2018

Contact: Jeremy Barousse       

Director of Civic Engagement

jeremy@siren-bayarea.org

408-460-5807             



**SIREN MEDIA ADVISORY**

Friday, March 2, 2018

2:00 PM

 

Immigrant youth participate in march for a clean DREAM Act, TPS, and to denounce ICE activity


San José, CA - On Monday, March 5, 2018,  hundreds of students will be participating in Rally a march to urge Congress to pass a clean DREAM Act for over one million DREAMers, call for the reinstatement of Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for countries that were terminated, and to denounce the heightened ICE activity in Northern California, especially the recent arrest of 232 people last week by ICE. The school walkouts come on the initial deadline that was announced by the Trump administration back in September 2017 as the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program to be officially terminated.

Led by the immigrant rights organization Services, Immigrant Rights and Education Network (SIREN), youth from across San José will be gathering at San José City Hall for a rally, spoken word, and participate in healing activities, and will then march to the Robert F. Peckham Federal Building for a program of speakers that include DACA recipients, Dreamers, educators, and immigrant rights activists.

“We are tired of waiting for Congress to act on finding a permanent solution for DREAMers,” said student Roberto Alvarez. “March 5 will be the date that we all rise up and tell Congress to stop delaying on a clean DREAM Act, to reinstate TPS, and to fight back against ICE activity in our local community.”

Program speakers will be available for interviews following the action.

 

WHO: DREAMers, immigrant youth, immigrant rights allies

WHAT: Youth march and rally in downtown San Jose to urge Congress to pass clean DREAM Act, reinstatement of TPS, and denounce local ICE activity

WHEN: Monday, March 5, 2018. Gather at 2 pm, rally to start at 2:30 pm.

WHERE: Gather San José City Hall, 200 E Santa Clara Street, San Jose, CA 95113 and march to Robert F. Peckham Federal Building located at 280 S. First St. San Jose, 95112.   

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Para Lanzamiento Inmediato: Viernes 2 de Marzo, 2018

Contacto: Erik Schnabel

Gerente de Communicaciones

erik@siren-bayarea.org

415-377-0387
 

**Consultivo de Medios de Comunicación: SIREN**

Viernes, 2 de Marzo, 2018

2:00PM



Jovenes Inmigrantes participan en marcha para un DREAM Act limpio, TPS, y para denunciar las actividades de ICE



San Jose, CA – El lunes 5 de Marzo, cientos de estudiantes van a reunirse para participar en una marcha para urgir al Congreso para que pasan un DREAM Act limpio param mas de un million de DREAMers, convocar la reinstalación de un Estatus Protector Temporanio (TPS) para los países que ya estaban terminados, y para denunciar el alto nivel de acción departe de ICE en el Norte de California, especialmente con los recientes arrestos departe de ICE de 232 personas la semana pasada. Las huelgas de la escuela se deben a la fecha inicial en la que la administración de Trump anucio en Septiembre del 2017 que el programa de DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) seria oficialmente terminado.

Dirigidos por la organización de derechos inmigratorios Servicios, Derecho Inmigratorios y Red Educativa (SIREN), jóvenes de todas partes de San Jose van a reunirse enfrete del Palacio Municipal de San Jose para una reunion, donde podrán hablar, participar en actividades de curación, y de ahí marcharan al edificio federal de Robert F. Peckham para un programa lleno de representantes que incluyen destinatarios de DACA, DREAMers, educadores, y activistas de derechos inmigratorios.

“Estamos cansados de esperar que el Congreso atue para encontrar una solución permanente para los DREAMers,”dice el alumno Roberto Alvarez. “El 5 de Marzo será la fecha en el que todos vamos a subirnos y decirle al Congreso que paren de demorar en obtener un DREAM Act limpio, que reinstalen TPS, y luchar encontra de las actividades de ICE en nuestra comunidad local.”

Parlantes del Programa podrán ser entrevistados después de la acción.

 

QUIEN: DREAMers, jóvenes inmigrantes, aliados de derechos inmigratorios

QUE: Reunion y marcha juvenil en el centro de San Jose para urgir al Congreso en pasar un DREAM Act limpio, reinstalar TPS, y denunciar la actividad local cometida por ICE

CUANDO: Lunes, 5 de Marzo del 2018. Reunirse a las 2pm, reunión empieza a las 2:30pm.

DONDE: Reunirse en el Palacio Municipal de San Jose, 200 E. Santa Clara Street, San Jose, CA 95113 y marchar al Edificio Federal Robert F. Peckham localizado en el 280 S. First St. San Jose, CA 95112
 

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