AURORA | U.S. Rep. Mike Coffman (R-Aurora) hopes a legislative maneuver will give a boost to the BRIDGE Act, a bipartisan bill he’s championing as a semipermanent protection against the deportation of young immigrants who were brought into the United States illegally as children. In a statement Tuesday, Sept. 5, Coffman’s aides said the congressman […]
Lima-Marin will likely remain behind bars at an Aurora immigration detention facility as a judge reconsiders the case and could still be deported
“It doesn’t feel like we’re welcomed. Some of us have been living here for 30, 40 years,” Nebiyu Asfaw said. “It doesn’t feel like the America we’ve known.”
Everybody loses with this plan. There’s no doubt that these two southern senators are pandering to the soft xenophobia and racism that propelled Trump to the White House. This persistent anti-immigrant pitch, however, has been repeatedly debunked as an effective way to solve the country’s real or perceived woes
The Colorado Rapid Response Network’s has trained about 150 volunteers to man phone lines and dispatch 24-hours-a-day to the scene of raids by Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers, including in Aurora. The network is a combined effort of the Colorado Immigrant Rights Coalition, Mi Familia Vota, Colorado People’s Alliance, Together Colorado and many other organizations.
So now we have former teachers using Wikis to research critical school district policies? I’d say Wildman gets a “D” for that stunt and a “D-minus” for oratory skills. But this tussle hardly shows her to be a bigot
Board Director Cathy Wildman has come under fire for what some referred to as racist comments she made while discussing undocumented immigration at a May 16 meeting. Wildman made the comments before the board approved a resolution directing the school district to make plans to push back against federal immigration requests for information about the citizenship status of students or their families.
“Claiming that immigrants make parts of America unsafe is a dangerous narrative that fuels hate, racial hierarchy and supremacy,” Kristen Pough told school board members Tuesday night
Congressman Coffman touched on sanctuary cities, which we hear a lot about in the news lately, then did an excellent job explaining how cities that shelter undocumented immigrants are not the real issue, but rather our broken immigration system as a whole.