paso west suburban action project : proyecto de accion de los suburbios del oeste


3415 W North Ave Suite D
Melrose Park, IL 60160
708-410-2000

Mar 28 2013

“A los legisladores, les exijo una reforma migratoria ahora! No esperen a que mas niños y niñas sean separados de sus familias.”

El 26 de Marzo, mas de ochenta niños y padres de familia de PASO se unieron a La Marcha de Niños por Una Reforma Migratoria. Niños marcharon con sus familias desde el Parque Milenio hacia la Plaza Federal, exigiendo que nuestros legisladores tomen en cuenta sus familias y pasen un reforma migratoria justa e inclusiva. ...20130326_155106

Una joven lider de PASO, Yareli Marquez de 14 años, valientemente dio su testimonio miedo que los niños de padres indocumentados sufren diariamente y como va a luchar con su hermana para asegurar que su Papa sea incluido en una reforma migratoria. Da click en Read More para leer su testimonio poderoso:  

Mi nombre es Yareli Marquez, tengo 13 años, y estoy aquí con mi hermana Liz representando la organización PASO en Melrose Park. Estamos aquí luchando por nuestros papas, y todos los padres de familia que merecen estar en este país.

Mi papa y mi mama han dado todo por nosotros y han trabajado mucho, para darnos una mejor vida y mejores oportunidades. Mis papas son gente trabajadora y honrada, pero este país quiere separarnos. Mi papa tiene un orden de deportación.

Esto me da tristeza y miedo porque cada noche me voy a dormir con el temor de si mi familia estará junta mañana. Cada noche pido que esto termine pronto y sea solo una pesadilla que mi familia está pasando. Las deportaciones son como una enfermedad que está infectando a nuestra comunidad. Ya basta!

Y lo peor es que yo se que no somos la única familia pasando por esta pesadilla! Hay miles de niños que cada día están siendo separados de sus papas. Esto no es justo! Nuestros papas no son criminales! Son gente trabajadora!Todos somos hermanos y hermanas unidos por un solo Dios.

A los legisladores, les exijo una reforma migratoria ahora! No esperen a que mas niños y niñas sean separados de sus familias.

Una reforma migratoria significa libertad para nuestras familias, significa ya no vivir con miedo de ser parado por la policía, o vivir pensando que será la última vez que veas a tu familia.

A los congresistas, les pregunto- Como se sentirían ustedes si no pudieran ver a un familiar enfermo por no poder salir del país? Como se sentirían si fueran separados de sus hijos?

Y les pregunto, será mi papa incluido en una reforma migratoria con su deportación pendiente?

Pues yo y mi hermana vamos a luchar con mi familia para asegurar que el y todos los demás padres de familia sean incluidos!

Gracias!

Puedes dar click a los siguientes links para ver las noticias sobre esta marcha y entrevistas a lideres jovenes de PASO: 

WGN TV (Entrevistada Liz) 

Univision Chicago  (Entrevistada Betsy) 

NBC Chicago  (Entrevistada Norma Herrera and Sones Mexicanos) 

 ABC Local (Respuestas de Senadores Durbin y Kirk)

 

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Rally for Sanctuary in Oak Park: No Loopholes, No Collaboration

February 4, 2017, 12:00pm - February 4, 2017, 2:00pm

At the last Village Board Meeting in January, community members packed the chambers of Village Hall to ask the Oak Park Village Board to work to pass a strong and inclusive Welcoming Village Ordinance. The initially proposed policy was rejected because it contained problematic deportation loopholes. Under the proposed policy, collaboration with ICE would have been permissible if an immigrant is a defendant in a case. This would mean immigrant residents could be turned over to ICE even before getting their day in court. Village officials could also turn a resident over to ICE if their name appeared in a suspected gang database, which is problematic given the discretionary and unreliable nature of such databases. Across the country, children younger than 10 have been on these lists for wearing pants that were “too baggy.” In California, 42 people were placed on the list before turning one year of age. The Oak Park Trustees agreed it was imperative for Oak Park to revisit its policy and to work with community and immigrant advocacy organizations to ensure Oak Park passes the most progressive policy possible. Since then, immigrant advocacy, legal organizations, and Oak Park community institutions have presented the Village with policy that can ensure protection and which removes the loopholes that would open the door for collaboration. The Village now has an opportunity to ensure Oak Park lives up to its progressive values by taking bold and courageous action to pass a strong Welcoming Ordinance without loopholes. The next board meeting is scheduled for Monday, February 6 at 7:30 PM. Join us this weekend to call on the Village of Oak Park to pass a strong Welcoming Ordinance without loopholes that can ensure protection, not collaboration! Immigrant, Muslim, and refugee communities are under unprecedented attacks. Last week, the Trump administration passed Executive Orders which essentially make all immigrants subject and priority for deportation. Now more than ever Oak Park must remain true to its principles of equality, diversity, and inclusion. --------- Sponsoring organizations: The Arab American Action Network (AAAN), the Committee for a Just Peace in Israel and Palestine - Oak Park, Community of Congregations, the Collaborative for Health Equity Cook County, the Democratic Party of Oak Park (DPOP), the Oak Park Progressive Women for Action, the Oak Park Community Relations Commission, the Suburban Unity Alliance (SUA), and the West Suburban Action Project (PASO). To add your organization’s name to the list of supporting organizations email lissette@pasoaction.org.

January 31st, 3:40 pm  ·  

Unase a PASO para seguir la resistencia a las pólizas destructivas en contra de comunidades de color, inmigrantes, Musulmanas, LGBTQ, mujeres, y otras comunidades vulnerables! ...

Day 5 of the Resistance:Protest & Press Conference at DHS office

February 1, 2017, 4:30pm - February 1, 2017, 7:00pm

Day 5 of the resistance to Trump's executive orders: press conference and protest at Chicago's Department of Homeland Security Wednesday, February 1st #NoMuslimBan #Not1More #RealSanctuary Mexican Consulate confirms that Mexican travelers are also being held for more stringent questioning at customs WHAT: Press conference and protest in response to the Trump Administration's executive orders signed last week that threatens federal funding to sanctuary cities; and effectively bans all refugees, plus citizens of seven Arab, African, or Muslim countries, from entering the U.S. WHERE: Outside the Department of Homeland Security, 525 W. Van Buren Street, downtown Chicago WHEN: Wednesday, February 1st, 2017, at 4:30 PM CST CHICAGO - This past weekend, thousands of members of Chicago's immigrant communities and their supporters descended on O'Hare airport for two consecutive nights, calling for the release of Arabs, Africans, and/or Muslims who were being detained at the airport in response to Donald Trump's executive order on Friday. That order effectively bans ALL refugees, plus citizens of Iran, Iraq, Syria, Libya, Yemen, Somalia, and Sudan (including legal residents of the United States with green cards), from entering the country. The orders were enacted while many refugee families were in transit to the United States. Federal judges in Brooklyn and other districts ruled for a stay of the executive order, rejecting the policy as unconstitutional, but Trump's Department of Homeland Security has ignored the federal injunction and continues to detain. Channel 5 News in Chicago has reported that the individuals in secondary detention are being asked a series of questions related to their faith and political beliefs, including "Do you hate the United States?" "What do you think about Trump?" and "Where is the mosque in which you pray?" In addition, there are reports confirmed by the Mexican Consulate that non-U.S. citizen Mexican travelers are also facing increased scrutiny and questioning. On Wednesday, February 1st, outside the offices of the Department of Homeland Security in Chicago, thousands again will take to the streets calling on Trump to rescind his executive order, for the release of all detainees in Chicago and across the country, for the city to remove the deportation and other carve outs from its Welcoming City ordinance, for an end to the criminalization of Black and other people of color, and for an end to all detentions and deportations. Conveners and supporters: Arab American Action Network, Asian Americans Advancing Justice-Chicago, Organized Communities Against Deportations, United African Organization, Korean American Resource and Cultural Center, PASO-West Suburban Action Project, Illinois Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights, National Immigrant Justice Center, U.S. Palestinian Community Network, Chicago Alliance Against Racist and Political Repression, Chicago Teachers Union, Council on American-Islamic Relations, Syrian Action Network, Arab American Family Services, National Alliance for Filipino Concerns, Anakbayan, Campaign to TAKE ON HATE, Council of Islamic Organizations of Greater Chicago, American Muslims for Palestine, Jewish Voice for Peace-Chicago, Centro de Trabajadores Unidos, Black Lives Matter-Chicago, United Electrical Workers (UE) Western Region, Service Employees International Union (SEIU) Healthcare Illinois and Indiana, United Working Families, Fight for 15-Chicago,Enlace Chicago, Student and Graduate Activists (SAGA)-UIC, Pilsen Alliance, The Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance - Illinois, Indo-American Center elected and appointed officials, and many other advocacy, immigrant rights, and legal groups.

January 31st, 12:35 pm  ·  


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