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Hundreds of TPS Holders lead Nationwide “On the Road to Justice” Mobilization To the US Senate To Advocate For TPS Families On The Verge of Deportation

For Immediate Release //                                                                               June 24th, 2020 Contact:  Erik Villalobos, evillalobos@ndlon.org; Martin Pineda, 213-712-4022, mpineda@carecen-la.org Hundreds of TPS Holders lead Nationwide “On the Road to Justice” Mobilization To the US Senate To Advocate For TPS Families On The Verge of Deportation Pictures Caravan Live Stream Press Conference Live Stream…

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Members of the National TPS Alliance gathered at Black Lives Matter Plaza in Washington DC to Stand In Solidarity With Protestors to Demand Racial Justice & An End to Police Violence 

Members of the National TPS Alliance gathered at Black Lives Matter Plaza in Washington DC to Stand In Solidarity With Protestors to Demand Racial Justice & An End to Police Violence  PHOTOS/VIDEO OF PRESS CONFERENCE Washington DC-- On Wednesday June 10, 2020, members of the National TPS Alliance held a…

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On May Day, From Coast to Coast, TPS Essential Workers On The Frontlines Of The Covid-19 Pandemic led Caravans to ask Elected Officials “What About Us?”

  For Immediate Release: May 1st, 2020  MEDIA CONTACT: Erik Villalobos, evillalobos@ndlon.org On May Day, From Coast to Coast, TPS Essential Workers On The Frontlines Of The Covid-19 Pandemic led Caravans to ask Elected Officials “What About Us?” Nationwide-- On Friday May 1st, International Workers’ Day, hundreds of TPS workers…

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May Day 2020

On May Day, From Coast to Coast TPS Essential Workers On The Frontlines Of The Covid-19 Pandemic Join Caravans to Ask Elected Officials “¿Y Nosotros Que?” “What About Us?” Nationwide Full Day Live Coverage Here: https://www.facebook.com/RadioJornalera/ Participant Cities (See details at the bottom): Washington D.C. San Francisco Las Vegas *TPS…

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TPS Alliance: A One Year Extension Is No Solution For 400,000 Families Facing Threats Of Removal

Today, Salvadoran President Bukele issued an unconfirmed announcement that a one-year extension for TPS for El Salvador will be granted as a negotiated agreement with the US government. Bukele only mentions an extension for Salvadoran TPS holders and does not say anything about the TPS holders from the five other countries who are currently suing the Federal government (Ramos v. Nielsen).
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