May Day Rally Comes to Edward J. Schwartz Federal Building

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May Day Protects rally brought hundreds to Downtown San Diego. While unions traditionally march on May 1 for solidarity and workers right, this march was more a rallying point for immigrants’ rights. As protestors bypassed businesses in route to Edward J. Schwartz Federal Building they were cheered on by most immigrant service workers raged against Donald Trump policies on immigration. With both left and right demonstrators and presence of organized finest, this 1st Amendment exercise was peaceful.finest

With current administration policies that aggressively threatening to withhold funds from jurisdictions that limit its local law enforcement to enforce immigration laws, faces within the historical meaning of legislative punishment, viewed in terms of the type and severity of burdens imposed. As we take notice, immigration deportations impose “extreme hardship” to the United States Citizen spouses, parents, or children of such immigrant, perhaps these grave consequences are among reasons why California Police Officers do not have authority to turn investigation of criminal activity into enforcement activity of the civil provisions of the Immigration and Nationality Act.

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The legal fiction that deportation following a criminal conviction is not punishment is difficult to reconcile with reality. While the case law does not tell us where the line falls that divide permissible from impermissible effects, we know the matter of degree is somewhere between imprisonment and banishment to exile and to get a point across, the protectors vows to fight back by assuming more role in civil participations and calling more strikes and boycott to reflect on immigrations’ labor and purchasing power.

350Socialist Equality Party also allude that; to stop the attacks on immigrates began with advising international solution to the crisis facing immigrants’ workers. The strategic perspective according to Socialist Equality Party it’s a fight that should begin with the rejection of all attempts to divide native-born and immigrant’s workers. As the Governments around the world seek to make impoverished migrant workers scapegoats for the destruction of jobs and living standards resulting from their own policies’ they divert attention from real source of worker’s suffering by fomenting hatred of immigrants. Accordingly, international working class unity and reorganization of world economy its a kernel to meet social needs of the working class and a foundation against mobile corporations that intensify the exploitation of the working class through globalization.

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San Diego Adjunct Faculty Association represent a sector of Part-Time Professors who are qualified expects with MA or PHD graduate degrees just like tenured faculty and they are solely responsible for all aspects of their courses, moreover they teach 60%+ of all classes offered. However, they are paid half or even less than what full-time tenured faculty coupled with’ traveling from campus to campus, only paid hours in the classroom, no paid prep time, grading time or communication time with students outside of class, their efforts to coincide and imbued profound trust with those of the students its frustrated. Adjunts
Working with little to no unreliable income and financial insecurity, San Diego Adjunct Faculty Association demand that unions bargain for equitable salaries and benefits for all faculty, the disparities and impact here is profound and involves an inconsistency not to be excused. To help adjuncts get the contract they deserve you can visit the Association website @ SDAFA.ORG
Sources: San Diego Adjunct Association

 

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