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Protesters In Oakland Call On President Obama To Let Thousands Of Undocumented Children Stay In U.S.

OAKLAND (KCBS) – A small, but vocal group of protesters gathered outside the Federal Building in Oakland Thursday, urging President Obama not to deport immigrant children streaming across the U.S. border illegally.

The group chanted and waved signs, demanding that the U.S. grant asylum to the refugee children, and not send them back home to Central America.

“These children are fleeing from violence in their homes back home and they are really seeking help for their lives,” said Sandy Valenciano with the California Immigrant Youth Justice Alliance. “This wasn’t something they just decided to do off the top of their heads. This was their last resort to the security of their lives.”

Valenciano said existing law requires that children detained at the border be turned over to Health and Human Services. But President Obama wants to weaken that law, so the kids can be deported instead.

Blanca Vazquez with the East Bay Immigrant Youth Coalition said the children are being held in camps in Arizona, Texas and Southern California under inhumane conditions.

“These are no conditions whatsoever for any person, let alone for a child,” she said.

Sonny would be at the border fighting for these children

File under: In the Heights characters after the curtain falls

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21 Chump Street

music & lyrics by Lin-Manuel Miranda

starring Lindsay Mendez and Anthony Ramos

from This American Life 

Based on a true story: Justin, an honor roll student in Florida, falls for his classmate Naomi, not knowing she is an undercover cop looking for a drug bust.

(video) (podcast) (cast album)

Because Lin-Manuel Miranda

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¿Con cual se identifican?

Kennedazo http://ift.tt/1octfgC

Anticapitalista = Sonny

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Players will control young female protagonist Nuna and her arctic fox as they try to rescue her homeland from an endless blizzard. Upper One calls itself the first indigenous-owned video game developer and publisher in the U.S. and Never Alone's inspiration comes from the centuries-old stories and folklore of the Iñupiat people native to the region. Priced at $15, it comes out this fall for PC, PS4 and Xbox One.

This game makes me so happy. This is what indie developers have an opportunity to create and what, in all likelihood, AAA companies will be forever blind to. Keep an eye on this one, guys it looks brilliant

Indigeneity Rising

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el verano

E L  V E R A N O

No hay escuela

Pardon the intermittent posting


Check out the blogs at La Respuesta magazine! There’s a sabor for everyone.

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Évolution inversée

he looked old for 14

“It took me four years to paint like Raphael, but a lifetime to paint like a child.”
― Pablo Picasso

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