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Tribuno Del Pueblo May June 2019 cover

May | June 2019

Volume 46, Number 2

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Which side are you on?

frontera madre con su hija
From the editors  |  Issue: May | June 2019

People have the right to migrate and to seek asylum. We must end the militarization of the border and stop the detention and deportation of immigrants.

What is at stake in America today?

Día Internacional del Trabajador
From the editors  |  Issue: May | June 2019

Barriers of borders, gender, race, religion and age don’t mean anything in a society organized around meeting people’s needs.

May Day 2019

Adamarys and Rich Monje |  Issue: May | June 2019

In 1886, workers were protesting exploitation and demanded an 8-hour workday. Today, workers continue to protest exploitation but in other areas.

Hunger strike in detention center in Louisiana

From the editors |  Issue: May | June 2019

People being held in immigration detention in Louisiana are on a hunger strike to protest their inability to be free while making a case for asylum.

Rap musician 21 Savage targeted by ICE

21 Savage
From the editors  |  Issue: May | June 2019

On February 1, Atlanta rapper 21 Savage released a video for his hit single “a lot” on YouTube. Two days later ICE arrested him.

Not one more veteran deported!

Joaquin Sotelo Tarin
Salvador Sandoval M.D.  |  Issue: May | June 2019

Joaquin Sotelo Tarin, a decorated naval veteran of the Iraq, Kuwait and Afghanistan campaigns from 2001 to 2006, avoided deportation in February 2019.

I AM THE BAD HOMBRE

Magdaleno Leno Rose-Avila — Borderangels.org |  Issue: May | June 2019

I am the Bad Hombre, Not your nightmare, But a friend … an Amigo who, Wants to dream and live in a better world, Alongside of you and all the others.

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Our refugee and immigrant community is under attack. They're living the nightmare of detention, deportation and being separated from their families. The forces of reaction now seem insurmountable. Yet we are many they are few.

Please help us disseminate the truth and the voices of grass root leaders who are fighting, at ground zero, for a vision of a country where no human being is illegal.

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