“Your words, and your actions, matter. We need immigration policies that light the way forward for the ‘DREAMers’ and the dreamers, that topples instead of builds walls, that unites families instead of tearing them apart, and that strengthens diversity instead of creating uniformity.”
The dictatorship digs in deeper.
“It’s our responsibility as artists, not just respond artistically, but to also provide a measure of inspiration to the act of resistance.”
Don’t get too worked up about Trump’s promised wall.
What happens to an already destabilized country when so many of its citizens who have fled are forced to return home?
“It’s about music. It’s about the people who love to listen to it, and the people who love to make it. That connection between music lover and music maker is primal and unbreakable.”
A short swing at the Gordian Knot that is Puerto Rico.
Los Angeles, CA – Tonight, Mónica Ramírez, President of Alianza Nacional de Campesinas and Deputy Director of the Labor Council for Latin American Advancement (LCLAA), joins award-winning actress Laura Dern at the 2018 Golden Globes. Ramírez and Dern are attending along with other long-time gender and racial justice advocates and activists for gender and racial…