Nov 20 - Facebook
WASHINGTON, D.C. — The National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health (NLIRH) commends President Obama for announcing administrative reforms to immigration policy, including the expansion of administrative relief to potentially 5 million immigrants.
Jessica González-Rojas, executive director of NLIRH said, “We commend today’s announcement and join communities across the country in supporting the president’s use of broad legal authority to address record-level deportations. For too long, our families have been senselessly torn apart, and we are confident the reforms announced by the president today are an important step in the right direction. However, relief has yet to come for the 6 million or more excluded — including DREAMer mamas and papas, and many LGBTQ immigrants. We are also deeply concerned about unjust barriers to affordable healthcare, continued border militarization, and the detention of women and children seeking asylum.”
Nov 20 - Twitter
"We are also deeply concerned about the detention of women and children seeking asylum.” @jgonzalez_rojas #ImmigrationAction
Aug 26 - YouTube
Ana R. DeFrates on Al Punto
Oct 21 - Blog
As we approach the end of Hispanic Heritage Month,
Our groundbreaking new poll shows that Latino/a voters in Texas hold supportive views on abortion.
Soon after Esmeralda's last child was born, her husband died in a car accident, leaving her as the sole caretaker and breadwinner for five children under age 11.
Reproductive Justice will be attained when all people have the economic, social, and political power and means to make decisions about their bodies, sexuality, health, and family, with dignity and self-determination.
Our groundbreaking new poll found that Latin@ voters in Texas hold supportive views on abortion. Learn more.