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Immigration – Michigan

Equally poisoned

Gloria M. Sandoval |  Issue: March 2016

  “In interviews with Fusion-http://digiday.com/publishers/fusion-distributed-news-team/ (Casey Iolan, January 25, 2016) a half dozen undocumented people said that either they’ve been turned away from free water or are worried that they’ll be deported if they try to get help.  Some who don’t speak English only learned about the problems with the water in the last few […]

Detroit: To the streets!

Gerardo Espinoza |  Issue: April | May 2012

To our immigrant community here in Detroit, I think it’s important to get out into the streets to fight for better living conditions for all, to stop the deportations and raids that separate our families. As immigrants, regardless of legal status, we have the right to be treated like human beings, with all of our […]

Centro obrero: the ministry of accompaniment.

by Elena Herrada |  Issue: May / June 2011

Detroit, MI–Yesterday and today have been filled with heart breaking phone calls to the Centro Obrero hotline-aka my cell phone. A cruel turn of events put my number in local newspapers in our community and in jails and detentions around the state. The calls of the last few days have been from people who got […]