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Latino Leaders Warn Democratic Party about Political Danger of Continuing Deportations

Latino Daily News

Hispanic leaders from a dozen U.S. states have delivered an ultimatum to the Democratic Party, threatening to back an independent candidate in the 2016 presidential election, legislator Luis Gutierrez, if the Obama administration does not halt deportations of undocumented migrants.

The Chicago-based organization Pueblo Sin Fronteras/Familia Latina Unida headed the protest outside the Democratic National Committee’s headquarters in Washington, giving the party a Nov. 27 deadline to reverse course.

“We’ve come to demand that Democrats provide deportation relief prior to Nov. 27, Thanksgiving Day, because we’ll already be at the polling stations gathering signatures on Nov. 4 (during the midterm elections) to launch our own Latino candidate, who will be Luis Gutierrez,” Emma Lozano, a Familia Latina Unida founder and coordinador, told Efe.

Immigrant-advocacy groups have been pushing for a comprehensive immigration overhaul for years. Over the past year, Republicans in the House of Representatives have blocked a Senate-approved bipartisan bill to bolster border security and provide a path to citizenship for millions of undocumented migrants.

President Barack Obama pledged to take executive action to sidestep the gridlock, but he postponed those measures until after the November midterm elections at the request of some sitting Democratic lawmakers whose seats in the lower house were in jeopardy.

Obama’s delays in halting deportations are seen as a betrayal by the Hispanic community.

The immigration activists pledged to organize mass marches on Nov. 28 – Black Friday, the beginning of the Christmas shopping season – if the White House does not heed their demand.

“We’ll come out and protest and we’ll block the streets under the slogan ‘We’re marching, not shopping,’” Lozano said, adding that her organization has met with Rep. Gutierrez, an Illinois Democrat, about a potential presidential run.

She said the Democratic congressman, a leader in the defense of immigrant rights on Capitol Hill, told her group in that meeting two weeks ago that he was “convinced” Obama will take action before the Nov. 27 deadline to enable undocumented migrants to obtain work permits and remain with their families in the United States.

“We’re not playing around anymore. We’re going to use our power to force the Democratic Party to deliver deportation relief … If they don’t respect us, if they don’t halt these deportations that cause so much pain, they’re not going to win the White House,” Lozano said.

“We maintain that the Democratic leaders in the House and the Senate are responsible for this failure, including that of not introducing a comprehensive immigration reform bill when they had super majorities in both chambers,” she said, referring to the first two years of Obama’s presidency.

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Welcome to the Texas Spanish & Mexican land grant heirs  network. The voice of change Texas Spanish & Mexican land grant heirs   descendant network. We are a Hispanic Latino network focused on uniting our voice and causes to make changes for the rights of Hispanics / Latinos – Texas Spanish & Mexican land grant heirs.

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Our ultimate goal is to win in the rights of the minorities from the Hispanic and Latino population including the South Texas Spanish land grant heirs.  This includes big items like immigration reform, Latino working rights and privileges. Today America is plagued with minorities whose rights are being violated.

VOC (the Voice of Change Network) is working with Hispanic & Latino organizations and people who are fighting for the rights of their family.  We have historians, attorneys, activists, politicians, and media who help us in the seeking “justice for people whose rights were taken from them by outright theft, fraud, and/or political chicanery.”

We are joining other Latino underdogs, and are constantly seeking justice for the many injustices committed against the Hispanic  Latino Americans.

We will continue to fight for our rights as members of one of the fastest growing Hispanic and descendant networks in America. The Hispanic Latino network is here for you.

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To be the unheard voices of the Spanish descendants, Hispanic and Latino population and to make work for change in the laws, policies, procedures, for the achievement of their rights, goals, and rightful justices.

This Hispanic Latino network is not only a place to join, it’s a cause, it’s a place to get active. To share your voice, to volunteer, to share your story of injustices. This site also contains articles, news, information about the grants and your rights.

South Texas Spanish Land Grant Heirs

Martin Luther King said “I have a dream” One man stood up and said “enough is enough.”  We the Hispanic Latino Network join together as one and say “enough is enough!”  We want equal rights as every American has. We want the Government of the United States, and State and Local Governments to ensure our rights are not being violated. We want our State and National Governments to stop stealing from us.

 Hispanics and Latinos it is time to join and fight for our rights.

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South Texas Spanish land grant  network. The voice of change

Welcome to the South Texas Spanish Land Grant  network. The voice of change Hispanic South Texas Spanish land grant   descendant network. We are a Hispanic Latino network focused on uniting our voice and causes to make changes for the rights of Hispanics / Latinos – South Texas Spanish land grant heirs.

South Texas Spanish Land Grant Heirs

Our ultimate goal is to win in the rights of the minorities from the Hispanic and Latino population including the South Texas Spanish land grant heirs.  This includes big items like immigration reform, Latino working rights and privileges. Today America is plagued with minorities whose rights are being violated.

VOC (the Voice of Change Network) is working with Hispanic & Latino organizations and people who are fighting for the rights of their family.  We have historians, attorneys, activists, politicians, and media who help us in the seeking “justice for people whose rights were taken from them by outright theft, fraud, and/or political chicanery.”

We are joining other Latino underdogs, and are constantly seeking justice for the many injustices committed against the Hispanic  Latino Americans.

We will continue to fight for our rights as members of one of the fastest growing Hispanic and descendant networks in America. The Hispanic Latino network is here for you.

South Texas Spanish Land Grant Heirs

To be the unheard voices of the Spanish descendants, Hispanic and Latino population and to make work for change in the laws, policies, procedures, for the achievement of their rights, goals, and rightful justices.

This Hispanic Latino network is not only a place to join, it’s a cause, it’s a place to get active. To share your voice, to volunteer, to share your story of injustices. This site also contains articles, news, information about the grants and your rights.

South Texas Spanish Land Grant Heirs

Martin Luther King said “I have a dream” One man stood up and said “enough is enough.”  We the Hispanic Latino Network join together as one and say “enough is enough!”  We want equal rights as every American has. We want the Government of the United States, and State and Local Governments to ensure our rights are not being violated. We want our State and National Governments to stop stealing from us.

 Hispanics and Latinos it is time to join and fight for our rights.

South Texas Spanish Land Grant Heirs

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south texas spanish land grant heirs

South Texas Spanish land grant heirs network. The voice of change

Welcome to the South Texas Spanish Land Grant Heirs network. The voice of change Hispanic South Texas Spanish land grant heirs  descendant network. We are a Hispanic Latino network focused on uniting our voice and causes to make changes for the rights of Hispanics / Latinos – South Texas Spanish land grant heirs.

South Texas Spanish Land Grant Heirs

Our ultimate goal is to win in the rights of the minorities from the Hispanic and Latino population including the South Texas Spanish land grant heirs.  This includes big items like immigration reform, Latino working rights and privileges. Today America is plagued with minorities whose rights are being violated.

VOC (the Voice of Change Network) is working with Hispanic & Latino organizations and people who are fighting for the rights of their family.  We have historians, attorneys, activists, politicians, and media who help us in the seeking “justice for people whose rights were taken from them by outright theft, fraud, and/or political chicanery.”

We are joining other Latino underdogs, and are constantly seeking justice for the many injustices committed against the Hispanic  Latino Americans.

We will continue to fight for our rights as members of one of the fastest growing Hispanic and descendant networks in America. The Hispanic Latino network is here for you.

South Texas Spanish Land Grant Heirs

To be the unheard voices of the Spanish descendants, Hispanic and Latino population and to make work for change in the laws, policies, procedures, for the achievement of their rights, goals, and rightful justices.

This Hispanic Latino network is not only a place to join, it’s a cause, it’s a place to get active. To share your voice, to volunteer, to share your story of injustices. This site also contains articles, news, information about the grants and your rights.

South Texas Spanish Land Grant Heirs

Martin Luther King said “I have a dream” One man stood up and said “enough is enough.”  We the Hispanic Latino Network join together as one and say “enough is enough!”  We want equal rights as every American has. We want the Government of the United States, and State and Local Governments to ensure our rights are not being violated. We want our State and National Governments to stop stealing from us.

 Hispanics and Latinos it is time to join and fight for our rights.

South Texas Spanish Land Grant Heirs

Copyright the Voice of Change Hispanic Latino Network