I'm not gonna entertain this shit anymore but some final thoughts:
@baldjesus unions all over the country have historically been in favor of the immigration movement because they provide a solid base of membership though nonunion contractors like them because they are a source of cheap, exploitative labor... so how you are implying that unions are better off without them is messed up cuz you are going to hurt them by deporting them.
they are an important source in the struggle for ALL workers rights, especially when WE ARE AT FAULT FOR THEM COMING HERE
finally, I'm a nigga from the BRONX NYC, i got much love for houston and beyond but it's about as urban as it gets where i'm from.. niggas out here don't make it that easy and wind up moving to Atlanta for an easier way out
i attend a public university that has fundamentally accepted kids from around my way... majoring in the HARDCORE SCIENCES and i've done work with apprenticeships in unions in the past cuz i'm all about bringing scrilla back to the hood... i'm not on no jay-z shit tryna become a jew
HOUSTON - Dreamers, attorneys and local advocates will gather in Houston to celebrate and speak after a federal judge in Texas has declined to order that the U.S. government stop the Obama-era program shielding young immigrants from deportation.
Texas-based District Judge Andrew Hanen wrote Friday that he believes DACA is likely illegal and ultimately will fail to survive a challenge before his court. DACA is an Obama-era program that protects young undocumented immigrants who came to the U.S. as children from deportation.