While the Vigil for Humanity was a quiet yet defiant protest, the Noise Demo planned by Cosecha Texas was intended to be loud and unruly.
The Trump Administration has made it official: It is ending DACA, which has granted relief to hundreds of thousands of young undocumented immigrants.
Undocumented immigrants fleeing the brunt of the Tropical Storm Harvey also have to contend with anxiety over possible deportation.
Recent data from local and state sources suggest the so-called “sanctuary cities” law may have a greater psychological impact on San Antonio’s immigrant population than a legal one.
The latest version of the Legislature’s bill to outlaw “sanctuary cities” in Texas is a scaled down version of what the state Senate passed out in February.
The continuation and expansion of the DACA program is in limbo, and a just and comprehensive reform to a broken immigration system may seem relatively unattainable, pero todo va a estar bien.
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security on Monday called for a review of its current policy of detaining undocumented immigrants in private, for-profit facilities – several of which are in Texas.
Though still smarting from a June decision by the U.S. Supreme Court that kept President Obama’s 2014 immigration program from being implemented, the undocumented population in Texas is taking a glass-half-full approach as it celebrates the four-year anniversary of another initiative that has benefited hundreds of thousands.