Twitter | Search | |
Search Refresh
Shriver Center Nov 14
No family should have to choose between meeting basic needs & being with loved ones. The Admin’s proposed rule targets communities of color, threatening the well-being of millions of families. Voice opposition to this cruel proposal.
Reply Retweet Like
NAPAWF Nov 13
The administration's latest public charge rule will cut off access to important, often lifesaving programs that & other women of color, immigrant families, and workers rely on. We should , not punish them. We strongly oppose this rule.
Reply Retweet Like
National Immigration Law Center Nov 14
Our lives should be defined by how we contribute to our communities—not by how much money we have. That’s why we are asking folks to TAKE ACTION by submitting a comment opposing Trump’s public charge rule. ➡️
Reply Retweet Like
CHCF Nov 14
Up to 1.7 million children in need of medical attention living with a noncitizen adult could be disenrolled from Medicaid or CHIP coverage if the proposed changes to go through.
Reply Retweet Like
𝐑𝐀𝐈𝐂𝐄𝐒 Nov 14
Our principles of faith call on us to show kindness and mercy, to not oppress the foreigner or the poor. The “” regulation changes are neither kind nor merciful – they will hurt immigrants families and children. Take a stand:
Reply Retweet Like
UndocuBlack Network Nov 14
The proposed public charge regulation favors immigrants who speak the English language and who have earnings at or above 250 percent of the federal poverty level. (1/2)
Reply Retweet Like
Coalition on Human Needs Nov 14
👪 One in four children have at least one immigrant parent. ⚠ Attacking immigrant families puts our children and our nation’s future at risk. We must !
Reply Retweet Like
National Immigration Law Center Nov 13
From : 1 in 4 children has at least one immigrant parent. “Because these children will make up a growing share of our future workforce, programs that support their health… are vital to communities & the broader economy.”
Reply Retweet Like
AAPCHO Nov 14
The well-being & quality of life for + other immigrant families is at stake. Public charge would make them choose b/n living in the US or using critical resources like & . Keep communities healthy & , submit a comment:
Reply Retweet Like
UndocuBlack Network Nov 14
On Oct 10, the Trump administration published a proposed public charge regulation change. This policy legally codifies legal and class discrimination, allowing immigration officials to consider whether individuals have received or sought need based services.
Reply Retweet Like
Hispanic Federation 6h
On Monday, 11/19, join HF and FPWA to learn more about the rule and how to submit public comments! Sign up at:
Reply Retweet Like
AAPCHO Policy Nov 14
Saying means protecting immigrant families! Let your voice be heard by submitting a comment:
Reply Retweet Like
Advancing Justice-LA Nov 14
We are called to love our neighbor – not strip them of access to food, housing, and . Trump's cruel proposed changes to the “” regulation will hurt immigrant families. Submit a comment to stop this ➡️
Reply Retweet Like
Ben http://www.bit.ly/SayNoToPublicCharge D'Avanzo Nov 16
New report shows the massive way public charge could upend our immigration systems by administrative fiat. Under it, families can be denied entry for "negative factors."
Reply Retweet Like
Gabriela D. Lemus Ph.D. 4h
The regulation will impact the elderly and harm families. Apart from being inhumane, the regulation will affect public health.
Reply Retweet Like
CHCF Nov 12
New issue brief estimates the number of California children in immigrant families that would be affected by the rule, and the numbers are devastating. via
Reply Retweet Like
iAmerica Action 7h
We see a huge return on investment when we invest in our future. First-generation immigrants create about 25% of new businesses in the US-- creating new jobs and boosting our economy.
Reply Retweet Like
NC Child Nov 15
Your voice needed! 1 in 4 US children has at least 1 parent born outside the US. The vast majority of these kids are citizens, but they stand to lose health care, safe housing & nutritious food under the federal govt’s cruel new proposal.
Reply Retweet Like
National Immigration Law Center 4h
Have you wanted to submit a public comment opposing but have felt at a loss for words? You’re not alone. That’s why we created this step by step guide. Don’t delay! You only have until December 10 to make your voice heard!
Reply Retweet Like
CPC Nov 14
CPC Statement on the Federal Administration’s EO to curtail asylum access
Reply Retweet Like