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Regranned from sirpennypacker - LeBron James responded with strong words to Donald Trump’s criticism of athletes who protest during the national anthem: “The people run this country, not one individual, and damn sure not him.” - #truth #donate #puertorico #empathy #takeaknee #united #fucktrump #hypocrites #equality #healthcare #civility #educate #losing #bigots #racism #fucktrump #daca #clueless #ignorance #trump #justice #donaldtrump #equalrights #lgbt #immigration #colinkaepernick #lebron #nba #repost buzzfeednews

0 0 Sep 26, 2017

Feel good selfie after helping a single mother of 4 get a low bond who was detained in Immigration custody for over a month without seeing her kids. Seeing her break down in tears of joy makes the difficulties of my job all worth it #immigration #felicidades #alcocklaw #abogados #foreheadwrinkles

0 0 Sep 26, 2017

Why do liberals care more about illegals than our citizens? *cough* Votes *cough* Partners💡💡💡💡: patriotic_crusader trump_supporters4america whiskeyfucks wa.state.republican capitalismisamericanism Squad✔✔✔: tfire2k therealshockandawe Follow the squad💥💥💥💥 deplorablenation16 Subscribe to my channel Jazz's Corner🔥🔥🔥 #immigration #daca #ice #pattywagon #illegalimmigrants #drain #wtf #why #omg #facts #truth #votes #dreamers #americafirst #maga #mexicans #borderhoppers

11 0 Sep 26, 2017

"Where must we go... We who wander this wasteland in search of our better selves?" - the First History Man #photography #immigration #art #blackandwhite #color #wondering #architecture #losangeles #lost

5 0 Sep 26, 2017

Bryce Canyon National Park is a National Park located in southwestern Utah in the United States. Bryce is distinctive due to geological structures called hoodoos, formed by frost weathering and stream erosion of the river and lake bed sedimentary rocks. The red, orange, and white colors of the rocks provide spectacular views for park visitors! #exploreamerica #immigration #visa #usvisa #brycecanyonnationalpark

2 0 Sep 26, 2017

WASHINGTON — The Latest on Congress' response to hurricane devastation in Puerto Rico (all times local): - 1:15 p.m. The Trump administration says it is not planning to waive federal restrictions on foreign ships' transportation of cargo to Puerto Rico and other areas affected by Hurricane Maria, as it did following hurricanes Harvey and Irma. - A spokesman for the Department of Homeland Security says officials believe there is sufficient capacity of U.S.-flagged vessels to move goods to Puerto Rico. Spokesman David Lapan said most of the humanitarian shipments to Puerto Rico will be through barges, which make up a significant portion of the U.S.-flagged cargo fleet. - DHS waived Jones Act restrictions during Harvey and Irma in order to move oil more quickly to the East Coast and make up for the loss of pipelines. - New York Rep Nydia Velazquez has asked for a Jones Act waiver for Maria. __ 11:45 a.m. The top Democrat in the House is calling upon President Donald Trump to deploy the military to help with the humanitarian crisis in Puerto Rico. - The island territory of more than 3 million U.S. citizens is reeling in the devastating wake of Hurricane Maria. House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi says Pentagon resources are needed for search-and-rescue operations, maintaining order, and help with transportation. - The California Democrat also said that the people of Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands "deserve to know that their government will be there for them, without question or hesitation." - The devastation in Puerto Rico has received relatively little media coverage compared to Harvey and Hurricane Irma, and President Donald Trump hasn't brought much attention to it. - 10:23 a.m. House Speaker Paul Ryan promises that Washington will make sure that the people of hurricane-devastated Puerto Rico will "have what they need." — #Repost yosoymolusco #truth #donate #puertorico #empathy #takeaknee #united #fucktrump #petty #hypocrites #equality #healthcare #civility #educate #losing #bigots #racism #fucktrump #daca #clueless #hypocrites #ignorance #trump #humanity #justice #donaldtrump #equalrights #lgbt #immigration #colinkaepernick #nfl

23 1 Sep 26, 2017

RepostBy aclu_nationwide: "DACA recipients, you have rights. If you have questions, talk with a lawyer before submitting a renewal. Deslice el dedo hacia la izquierda para ver esta información en español 👈 #heretostay #español #immigration #daca #defenddaca #dreamer #knowyourrights #ice #resist #not1more" (via #InstaRepost EasyRepost)

8 0 Sep 26, 2017

Once word got out that the Graham Cassidy Bill to repeal Obamacare wouldn't take place our incredible, amazing, and tireless DNC volunteers & interns right who had set up camp right outside the Senate began celebrating. I'd you want to know what gets me through every single day it's these folks. I've worked with many of them them since the 2007 Obama primaries. These folks are my heart & soul. They renew my spirit on a daily basis. Thank you to every single grassroots organizer & advocate who stepped up. Thank you for helping us do our work. We are nothing without you. Thank you for being empowered to fight for your communities & each other. You are patriots and the face of America that I so deeply love. This is the America that I know. Our movement is strong & resilient because of YOU! For many of us this is seven years of work in trying to protect Obamacare and many of us believe that this might the Republicans last ditch effort to repeal. Here you have our incredible interns and volunteers cheering and rejoicing by participating in 2 gestures that have bounded grassroots organizers movements together since the 1960s: 1) UNITY CLAP—gesture mimicking the progression of a heartbeat through collective, synchronized clapping. The unity clap originated with the members of the United Farm Workers labor union in 1960s California (a coalition built from the merging of two organizations led by Cesar Chavez and Larry Itliong, respectively). The clap was a wayto bridge the communication gap between Latino and Filipino Farm workers who did not share the same language; the idea was to create unity. The clap starts off slowly, then gets faster and faster like a heartbeat. We use the clap to have a collective gathering and close and to signify when we have made a decision. 2) ISANG BAGSAK—gesture literally meaning “one fall” in Filipino Tagalog but figuratively expands to “things can’t get done if people don’t communicate and work together”. The collective closes out with one unified, spirited clap. In other community spaces, the single clap is also done with a unified stomp. Originates from the People Power movement in 1980s Philippines that usurped Martial Law.

21 1 Sep 26, 2017

While everyone is cutting each other's throats over which millionaire stood or kneeled the rest of the world is living in hell. . I'll be posting links on how we can help if anyone is interested I'm organizing a fund raiser throught my work. . #prayerwarrior #prayer #pray #truth #donate #puertorico #empathy #takeaknee #hypocrites #equality #healthcare #civility #educate #losing #bigots #racism #daca #clueless #hurricane #ignorance #trump #humanity #justice #donaldtrump #equalrights #lgbt #immigration #colinkaepernick #nfl #Rp

7 0 Sep 26, 2017

An African American who makes millions of dollars is oppressed somehow....

64 3 Sep 26, 2017
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