Come Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with the Saint Catherine of Siena Parish Community this Saturday from 10:00am to 4:00pm.
Dear President Obama:
We write on behalf of immigrant communities across the country to express our concern and disappointment over reported plans by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to conduct further immigration raids on women and children fleeing violence in Central America in search of refuge in the United States.
Los economistas más respetados están de acuerdo: las propuestas migratorias del Presidente Obama mantuvieran a las familias juntas y también añadirían, por lo menos, $90 mil millones en los próximo diez años a la economía nacional.
Como voluntario usted
-ayuda a los estudiantes que están aprendiendo inglés y computación básicos
-ayuda con las actividades del grupo durante la clase
-anima a los estudiantes fuera de clase
El compromiso es de 3 a 6 horas a la semana durante 13 semanas a partir del 25 de enero 6:30-9 p.m.
Mas información: Alicia o Perla 602-288-3663
As a volunteer you will
-Assist students learning english and basic computer skills
-Help with group activities during class
-Encourage students outside of class
Bilingual volunteers are preferred, but it is not a requirement
Commitment is 3 to 6 hours a week for 13 weeks beginning January 25 from 6:30 to 9 pm
More information: Alicia or Perla 602-288-3663
The first anti-voter bill restricting voters from giving their ballot to a trusted individual to deliver to an election official on time will be heard Monday, January 25 at 10 AM. Make sure Elections Committee members know that this bill is harmful for Arizona voters.
Photo: José Muñoz
The Supreme Court of the United States announced Tuesday, January 19 that it would hear United States v. Texas, the case that may affect the lives of up to 5 million immigrants living without documents in the United States. Promise Arizona held a press conference to share the stories of just a few of the families that would be affected if the President's executive action is unfrozen by the Supreme Court.
On Christmas Eve, media outlets reported that the Department of Homeland Security planned raids to deport Central American children and adults who entered the United States seeking asylum and have had a final order of removal since January 1, 2014.