Labor Union Resolution
Statewide organizational sign-on letter
Civil Rights and Policing
Voces de la Frontera is starting a campaign to document violations of civil Rights; for example fourth amendment constitutional violations which protect all people against unreasonable searches and seizures by government agents without reasonable cause or legal authority.
We want to collaborate with media outlets, organizations, and attorneys to document unjust deportations of non-criminals, cases of racial discrimination, violations of civil and labor rights, and abuse of authority in order to file complaints with the Department of Civil Rights within Department of Homeland Security and at the County level to put an end to unjust deportations, the increase of discrimination and racial hatred. If you have been a victim or know someone please come to our office or call 414-643-1620.
We must not remain silent and we must bring to light all the abuses in order to achieve just treatment.
Myths & Facts
Myth: Weak border enforcement has led to high undocumented immigration
Fact: The Border Patrol's budget has increased tenfold since 1986, but border crossings have continued despite the risks. This is because of the effects of U.S. trade policies south of the border and a lack of legal avenues for immigrants to enter the U.S.,
compared to the number of jobs available.
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- The Time Is Now:
- A powerful message to Congress
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