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La Gran Marcha por las Licencias y la Ciudadanía

English Below Únase a los Trabajadores Esenciales Inmigrantes de Wisconsin en una marcha histórica de 9 días iniciando desde Milwaukee el 20 de junio para honrar a los padres inmigrantes (Día del Padre) y concluiremos con una marcha y manifestación masiva en el Capitolio del Estado en Madison el lunes 28 de junio. Esta marcha […]

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May Day 2021

Este sábado, primero de mayo, únete a Voces de la Frontera Action y a La Red de Trabajadores Esenciales VDLF para exigir que la Administración Biden y al Congreso se cumplan sus promesa a: PARAR LAS DEPORTACIONES, ALIVIO DE COVID PARA TODOS, y CIUDADANÍA PARA TODOS. On Saturday May 1, join Voces de la Frontera […]

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La Hora Llegó! : Ciudadanía para los trabajadores y las familias esenciales

The Time is Now! : Citizenship for Essential Workers & Families English Below Por décadas, Voces y el movimiento por los derechos de los inmigrantes han estado luchando por la protección permanente y la ciudadanía para lxs 11 millones de inmigrantes indocumentados que viven en nuestro país. La Marcha Hacia la Victoria – Una gira […]

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Alivio y Acción: Un mensaje de Christine Neumann-Ortiz de Voces de la Frontera.

Lo que necesita saber sobre el primer paquete de alivio económico que acaba de pasar más nuestros próximos pasos en la lucha por legalización. [English Translation] What you need to know about the first federal relief package and our next steps in the fight for legalization. Hi, this is Christine Neumann Ortiz from Voces de […]

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Congresswoman Gwen Moore and Milwaukee Black Leaders Stand with Voces de la Frontera in Demanding Relief, Recovery, and Citizenship for All.

Mandeeq Abdulahi, Voces de la Frontera and YES! member at Riverside High School, spoke to how inclusive COVID relief is a Black and Brown issue at Saturday’s press conference: “This pandemic has disproportionately affected both the Black community and the Latinx and Immigrant community in this country. Our struggle is linked, and so is our […]

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Art: “Dreams are stronger than fear” by Melanie Cervantes.

December 2020 Ruling to Fully Reinstate DACA: FAQs and Resources

Art: “Dreams are stronger than fear” by Melanie Cervantes. As a result of the court’s order, on December 7, 2020, the government published a notice that, as of December 7, 2020, the government is now accepting first-time requests for DACA, renewal requests regardless of expiration date, and advance parole requests, based on the terms of the DACA […]

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Re: Retaliation, Prejudice, & Wrongful Termination for Social Security No-Match Letter(s) for Strauss Workers

Re: Retaliation, Prejudice, & Wrongful Termination for Social Security No-Match Letter(s) for Strauss Workers Attn: Strauss Company, Human Resources                                                    July 27, 2020 Voces de la Frontera, is a statewide member led organization that advocates for immigrant and racial justice and the rights of working people.  Since April 22, Voces filed a complaint with […]

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MILWAUKEE – In response to President Obama’s November 20th announcement that the White House will take executive action on immigration, Voces de la Frontera released the following statement:  “We welcome this historic step towards equality that comes as a result of the tireless efforts of community members,” said Christine Neumann-Ortiz, Executive Director of Voces de la Frontera. “We know […]

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White House Immigration Relief Delay: Politics Over People

In response to the President’s announcement that he will again delay executive action on immigration, Christine Neumann-Ortiz, exective director of Voces de la Frontera, released the following: “Today’s news is a clear statement from Washington that once again, politics trumps the lives of people. Six years ago, President Obama was elected on a pledge to pass immigration […]

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Statement: President Obama Has No Reason To Delay Executive Action

In reaction to President Obama’s June 30th immigration comments, Christine Neumann-Ortiz, Executive Director of Voces de la Frontera, issued the following statement: “Today for the first time, the President promised to act independently of a failed Congress to modernize our immigration policies through executive action.  He has no reason to wait, and every day that he […]

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