Marco is free

Marco Reyes spent 106 days in the sanctuary of First and Summerfield United Methodist Church in New Haven to avoid a deportation order that would separate him from his wife and three children. After he had complied with Immigration & Customs Enforcement for years, the Trump administration ordered him to leave the country in August. Instead of leaving, he took refuge in a church, and he was supported by hundreds of volunteers as well as religious congregations and local elected officials.

On November 22, one day before Thanksgiving, Marco received a stay of removal and went home to his family in Meriden.

Even though ICE has given Marco temporary permission to stay in the United States, they are still paying a private company to surveil Marco with a GPS ankle bracelet.

If I were to lose my dad to deportation

Sign the petition to keep Nelson home with his daughters!

petitions.moveon.org/sign/keep-nelson-pinos-home

During his October 4th ICE check-in and without previous warning, Nelson was ordered to buy a ticket to exit the country. Now he has a scheduled flight for November 30, 2017. Nelson is a father of three and the head of his household.

VIDEOS: Students & fired workers unite

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During Christmas break, while Yale students were away, the on-campus deli fired four workers in retaliation for their Department of Labor complaint. More than 75 students and community members showed up on January 15, 2014, to demand their jobs back, a living wage, and full payment of back wages owed. Check out the video from WTNH channel 8 above!

Check out the video from Fox News here.

Join us every Friday at 5:30 pm outside Gourmet Heaven on 15 Broadway!  Help us raise awareness. Show the workers they are not alone!