(LOS ANGELES) – The U.S. Supreme Court today required the Trump administration to go back and provide an adequate public justification for adding a citizenship question to Census 2020.
June 26, 2019
The week of May 26th the Trump Administration proposed a 5% tariff on all Mexican imports unless the Mexican government can demonstrate that it is taking concrete steps to reduce the flow of undocumented immigrants across the border.
MALDEF STATEMENT ON TRUMP ADMINISTRATION’S REQUEST FOR THE SUPREME COURT TO RULE ON EQUAL PROTECTION CENSUS LAWSUIT
Federal Appeals Court Remands Census Case to Maryland Judge to Decide Intentional Discrimination Claim
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June 25, 2019
(GREENBELT, MD) – A federal judge in Maryland will determine whether newly discovered evidence indicates unconstitutional discriminatory intent was behind the addition of a citizenship question to the 2020 Census after an appellate court granted a request to remand the case to the district court today.
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(Norcross, GA): June 26th, 2019 – GALEO & OLAS at Georgia Gwinnett College open the registration process for community members to join us for a day of leadership training and development. The Latino Leaders Summit will provide skills development on policy issues, basic leadership skills and professional development skills for your career. The Latino Leaders Summit is an event for anyone looking to grow as a leader.
New evidence paints a “disturbing picture” of 2020 census question’s purpose
June 24, 2019—GREENBELT, MD—Today, U.S. District Court Judge George J. Hazel issued an opinion on last week’s ruling stating that new evidence presented in Advancing Justice | AAJC (Asian Americans Advancing Justice | AAJC) and MALDEF’s (Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund) challenge to the 2020 census citizenship question “potentially connects the dots between a discriminatory purpose—diluting Hispanics’ political power—and Secretary Ross’s decision.”
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June 15, 2019
CIVIL RIGHTS GROUPS SEEK RECONSIDERATION OF CENSUS CITIZENSHIP QUESTION DISCRIMINATION RULING
(GREENBELT, MD) – Newly discovered evidence contradicts the Trump administration’s claims that it added a citizenship question to the 2020 Census simply to enforce the federal Voting Rights Act, and confirms that the purpose was to deprive Latinos of constitutionally protected political representation.
Georgia AAPI and Latino Census Complete Count Committees to host joint press conference post Supreme Court Decision on Citizenship Question
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June 13, 2019
Norcross, Georgia – The Supreme Court of the United States, will make their decision in regards to the controversial addition of a Citizenship Question in the 2020 Census. That decision will likely be released on June 17th or June 24th. Center for Pan Asian Community Services (CPACS), Asian Americans Advancing Justice-Atlanta (co-chairs, GA AAPI CCC), Latino Community Fund, and GALEO (co-chairs GA Latino CCC) will hold a press conference on the day the decision is released to provide an explanation of the supreme court decision and next steps for Georgia’s AAPI and Latino communities.
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Jerry Gonzalez, Executive Director of GALEO
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(Norcross, GA): June 12, 2019 – From Governor’s Press Release: “Governor Brian P. Kemp made history today by appointing Doraville Police Chief and Brigadier General John King to serve as Georgia’s Insurance Commissioner and Safety Fire Commissioner. King is the first Hispanic Insurance Commissioner and statewide constitutional officer.”
|GALEO Call To Action!Your SUPPORT is necessary for Judge Lopez!|
May 15, 2019
To begin with, Judge Dax Lopez is an exemplary judge who has served DeKalb County with honor and distinction for many years now and has been re-elected twice by the people of DeKalb County. He also has the only Spanish language diversion drug court in the state of Georgia.