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WASHINGTON—SEIU International Executive Vice President and iAmerica Action President Rocio Sáenz issued the following statement following the Senate Judiciary Committee’s hearing on Sen.
In response to Donald Trump’s new campaign television ad, iAmerica Action President Rocio Saenz issued the following statement:
"Donald Trump disrespects Filipinos and exposes his own ignorance and racism by calling for a ban on immigration from the Philippines.
The headline in USA Today's article, "Focus on next moves" is correct. Statement from iAmerica Action President Rocio Saenz, “This is far from over.
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What We Stand For
When we come together we are unstoppable. United as one family, we have the power to change this country. We fight for the issues that make our families strong; comprehensive immigration reform, racial justice, the Fight for $15, great education for our kids, and affordable healthcare, childcare and eldercare for all.
The next election will be a turning point for us all and the issues that impact our families. Our voices and votes must be heard. You have a say in your family’s future. Your vote matters.
At the core of our fight is our commitment to winning commonsense immigration reform with a path to citizenship for the millions of immigrant families who have long called America their home.
We refuse to ignore the human costs of racial profiling, discrimination and police brutality. Our leaders must not only recognize that Black lives matter, but also that people of color face systemic, deep rooted discrimination in almost every aspect of their lives.
Our economy is out of balance, resulting in growing income inequality and economic injustice. It’s time that our nation strengthen our economy by putting families first and enacting policies that raise the minimum wage, pay people for the extra hours they put in at work and protect them from discrimination on the job.
Whether you are young, working Latina or a father of two, everyone should have access to quality, affordable healthcare.