Immigrant rights advocates vow to fight on for immigration reform

As the Supreme Court handed its decision on President Barack Obama’s extended deportation relief programs, immigrant rights advocates quickly gathered at the Coalition for Humane Immigration Reform of Los Angeles to voice out their disappointment.



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  • Santiago Del Mundo
    23 June 2016 at 8:01 pm - Reply

    These kind of articles or coverage sounds like broken record…The more it is repeated, the more these peoples head swells…The sad part is that Hillary and Bernie managed to misled these folks and it is wrong. I think SCOTUS is fed up to begin with…

    27 June 2016 at 8:57 am - Reply

    Forget it, Immigrant rights advocate, your all down the road and if your illegal you all will be deported back to your country where you belong. Look I don’t understand you people that you just don’t get the message that if your illegal you broke the law of America staying in our country America. I have two of my best friend killed in war because they fought for us Americans and for the right way of life in America not for the illegal people that broke the America law to live in our country America illegal.

  • Santiago Del Mundo
    1 July 2016 at 7:22 am - Reply

    The infamous sign above says: Stop separating families…If you stayed where you at before (wherever that maybe), then you wouldn’t be separated with your family? That line does not sound right at all? I get it…You are probably illegal and decided to marry a legal resident at the near edge of deportation? The fear of deportation is coming fast, like being cornered and don’t know any better except to join the crowd holding a sign “Stop Separating Families”…