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The White House Office of the Press Secretary Presidential Proclamation -- Cesar Chavez Day, 2014
Tacoma WA - Immigrants held at the Northwest Detention Center are once again adding their voices to the mounting outcry for President Obama to stop deportations. Seeing little change in their conditions following the hunger strike that began on March 7th, about 70 people rejoined the hunger strike on Monday, March 24th. Hearing of others rejoining the strike, hunger strike leader Ramon Mendoza Pascual began eating after more than two weeks of fasting. Jesus Gaspar Navarro remains in isolation after 20 days on hunger strike.
Thanks to the generosity of many donors, we were able to send $1,600 to Alvaro’s family to help cover funeral expenses and provide support in these difficult times. Additional funds were used to seed the Alvaro Ruiz Memorial Fund, which will be available in future situations where Casa Latina members may need help with funeral expenses after the loss of a loved one. We are no longer collecting donations for the Alvaro Ruiz Memorial Fund. Any donations made in his honor or memory at this time will support Casa Latina’s programs.
The home care workforce has become one of the fastest growing in the nation, but in-home care workers haven't had access to basic workplace protections. Until now.
This afternoon, the Department of Labor finalized long-awaited regulations to end the exclusion of home care workers from minimum wage and overtime protections.
This is an enormous victory, but our work is not done. To achieve the full potential of this change, our next step is to thank the administration and pledge to work closely with them on the fair and timely implementation of these new protections.
Seattle WA. 09/04/2013. Today Mayor Mike McGinn announced several new efforts to support immigrant and refugee communities in Seattle, including the creation of an Immigrant Voting Rights Taskforce. The taskforce, comprised of community leaders, academics and attorneys, will be tasked with making Seattle more voter-friendly for the more than 100,000 Seattle residents who are foreign-born.
Join The Seattle Public Library, KCTS, Latino City Employees, and the Office of Arts and Culture for a free lunchtime screening of followed by a discussion with filmmaker Enrique Cerna and panelists from the documentary including Phyllis Gutierrez-Kenney and Erasmo Gamboa.
Thursday, 5 September 2013 - 12:00pm