Today, California Governor Edmund Gerald “Jerry” Brown, Jr., signed into law AB4, also known as the TRUST Act. After having vetoed a similar bill last year, immigrant rights activists stepped up their efforts to pressure the governor to sign the … Continue reading
The current members of the California State Assembly and Senate began the 2013-2014 session under very unique conditions. Although the state, and the nation for that matter, is steadily recovering from the Great Recession of 2008, Governor Brown’s management of … Continue reading
Hello fellow Ideans and Supporters! Unfortunately, this website has gone seemingly abandoned for too long– what can we say, social media provides easier upkeep and quicker response times. However, it is my personal goal to get it up and running … Continue reading
It is truly amazing how much IDEAS Movement at USC has managed to accomplish BEFORE the new academic year even began! For those who have been out of the loop, the executive board began organizing for this new year during … Continue reading
We are now halfway into the summer and we wish that everyone has remained engaged in whatever they are passionate about. As we keep in mind all that we have accomplished as a student organization and as individuals, looking into … Continue reading
Wishing everyone a fun, relaxing, and recharging Fourth of July! The struggles for true FREEDOM and LIBERTY continue…never relent! Sí se puede! Fight On!
REPOST FROM OUR FACEBOOK GROUP PAGE (on.fb.me/ideasusc) Summary of the day’s articles of interest: CHIRLA Press Conferencehttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BqZX1qITcqE&feature=share Bill O’Reilly on the immigrants’ side??http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/06/19/bill-oreilly-immigration_n_1610047.html Undocumented youth “hacking” the political systemhttp://www.citizenorange.com/orange/2012/06/dreamer-fire-check-nativists-w.html Protests lead to a new tone for immigration policyhttp://www.nytimes.com/2012/06/18/us/politics/deportation-policy-change-came-after-protests.html?_r=1&pagewanted=all The effect … Continue reading