Ukrainian Refugees at US-Mexico Border Provide Sharp Contrast With Other Asylum Seekers (PHOTO ESSAY)
While the world watches a humanitarian crisis unfold as Russia wages war on Ukraine, the Tijuana port of entry on the U.S. border is yet again seeing what the city is accustomed to: another immigration crisis, this one centered on Ukrainians seeking asylum and refugee status.
“We need answers. We need full transparency from the city and they are not giving us that. This is very shady,” Joshua Summerville of Lancaster told Latino Rebels. “They are telling us that there are no cameras outside the City Hall, the fire station and the businesses around the park?”
The Los Angeles protest was one of many that happened across the nation and the world. There was minimal police presence
In El Salvador, Frontline Personnel Decry Lack of Protective Equipment, Denounce Government COVID-19 Protocols
Intern doctors and nurses are complaining about lack of protective equipment, with some acting as whistle-blowers.
To his supporters, Sanders is not just a candidate—he is the conviction of core beliefs of many young and old progressives who have longed for someone to vindicate their struggles.
“Migrant Protection Protocols is a humanitarian disaster,” said Erika Pinheiro, Litigation and Policy Director for Al Otro Lado.
At the Inaugural Latinx Games Festival in Long Beach, Attendees Topple Obstacles on the Screen and in the Industry
The festival featured speakers, roundtable discussions, and an arcade with games from Latin American countries.
“We need to create a world where we are spending less money on weapons of mass destruction and more money in addressing human needs,” the Senator said.
It was an emotional weekend.
During Rally in Downtown LA, Leaders and Activists Vow to Fight Against Trump’s Deportation Threats (Photo Essay)
“To all our immigrant family, we want to tell you, you are not alone, the majority of Americans don’t want you deported,” said Angélica Salas, Executive Director of CHIRLA.
Many audience members shared their personal and emotional stories.
“Yo Cambio” functions like a vocational junior college where inmates are enrolled in a program of their choice or one that matches their vocation or experience.
Some in attendance said they were there to learn, but hadn’t made up their minds.
People in Chalchuapa took to Facebook to express their outrage and pain for such a horrendous crime.
“Nayib has the capacity to makes us dream of a different country,” one of his supporters told Latino Rebels on Sunday.
Salvadorans Remember Revolutionary Past as Populist Leads Polls in Upcoming Sunday Election (PHOTO ESSAY)
The country’s civil war will cast a shadow on a new round of national elections.
World Central Kitchen is serving an average of 3,200 meals a day to the mainly women and children seeking U.S. asylum in Tijuana, Mexico.