Three Key Considerations for Saving DACA During COVID-19

 The cancellation of DACA during a pandemic deepens racialized systemic inequities. By Elle Fersan, Blanca Ramirez and Lizette Solorzano published in the CSII Immigrant Integration News Wire. June 17, 2020 Implemented during the Obama administration, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) is a quasi-legal status that provides beneficiaries temporary relief from deportation and work permits.… Continue reading Three Key Considerations for Saving DACA During COVID-19

An example of what is at stake in this election 

The Montana incest/rape victim did not receive justice because the minor child, violated by her own father, could not find anyone to speak in her favor. Not even her own mother, who pleaded the judge to have mercy on the rapist because his two sons needed him.To say that the judge gave the rapist a… Continue reading An example of what is at stake in this election 

Only Passionate women run for president

Watching CNN International one of the political commentators described the Clinton/Sanders race as a battle between #Passion and #Pragmatism! I wonder how could one describe a woman's long journey in public office Pragmatic? It's scaring, it's tough and it takes all the passion in the world to start and finish the race! She's been making… Continue reading Only Passionate women run for president

Lebanon censors films over homosexuality and temporary marriage

#Lebanon censors films over #homosexuality and temporary#marriage. Lebanese #government and officials keep proving their bipolar nature: Lebanon cannot claim to be a#democratic country when we keep #discriminating against a big portion of our society and that extends to the #LGBTcommunity, #women, #children, #domestic #workers,#minorities! We live these realities, we enjoy them, yet we refuse to talk about them! what kind of stupidity is this? Gay Rights are Human Rights! Wake… Continue reading Lebanon censors films over homosexuality and temporary marriage