The Dream Resource Center teamed up with the Central American Resource Center to discuss family based immigration petitions. This panel focused on giving insight regarding essential information to family members or spouses, who must know if they are looking into immigration petitions.
Art Division, a non-profit organization hosted a Zoom lecture, “Art, Immigration, and Resistance,” where the speaker, Álvaro Huerta Ph.D., talked about the topic of immigration through art.
With COVID-19 cases rising, the government urges residents to stay home and social distance, but is selfishly putting lives at risk to continue detaining immigrants.
East Los Angeles College’s law discipline held an Immigration Legal Aid workshop Thursday at the auditorium foyer.
Students at East Los Angeles College can learn about the future of immigration policies at an informational event on the Tuesday.
Emily Chagolla is a Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) recipient who wakes up every morning dealing with the emotions of fear and worry.
By Kevin Camargo People should not generalize that all immigrants are criminals because of one case out of thousands. Instead, we need to make the country safe for everyone living in the United States whether they are documented or not. President Trump tweeted Feb. 6 that it is “disgraceful that a person illegally in our country killed @Colts linebacker Edwin Jackson. This is just one of many such preventable tragedies.”…
By Rene Rauda Single, hard-working father Hector Casas, an East Los Angeles College student under the Dream Act accomplished his goal to transfer for fall. As an undocumented student, his dream is to one day attend Cal-State Long Beach or the University College of Los Angeles. Once he attends to either those, Casas plans to major in history. In the past, he faced hard times not caring about breaking the…
By Ivan Cazares Thousands of marchers used the annual May Day March as a platform to protest President Donald Trump’s administration on May 1. Demonstrators gathered at MacArthur Park at 11 a.m. and marched about two miles to City Hall in support of workers’ issues, issues of discrimination and immigration issues. Groups chanted “We don’t want a fascist U.S.A.” Another group chanted “the people united will never be divided” in…
By Sergio Berrueta ELAC Auditorium Foyer will be host to the “Know Your Rights: Immigration/Deportation, Teach-In” workshop this Thursday. It will explore the legal rights that Elans may not know much about. The workshop will run from 12:15 to 1:30 p.m.