Many Languages One Voice Community Day

MLOV Community Day

Many Language One Voice’s Community Day was designed to bring the community together to learn about our rights as immigrants in DC, prepare together, and celebrate our communities’ strength and resilience! ¡Nos reunimos para aprender nuestros derechos como inmigrantes en DC, prepararnos juntos, y celebrar la fuerza y la resiliencia de nuestras comunidades! . . . → Read More: Many Languages One Voice Community Day

Many Languages One Voice Defends DACA and Beyond

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This moment is meant to divide immigrant communities into who is “deserving and undeserving,” it is meant to put the blame on parents of undocumented youth, it is meant to uphold the criminalization of Black and Brown immigrants who are disproportionately targeted by police, ICE and the criminal justice system. This moment is meant to break us, but we are resilient people and we will fight for a liberation that goes beyond documentation or any legislation. . . . → Read More: Many Languages One Voice Defends DACA and Beyond

Mayor Gray Must Understand, Our Language is Our Right

"I Speak" Card - Amharic

Washington, DC – On July 22, 2013 Mayor Vincent Gray, along with a handful of aides and scores of reporters, paid a visit to Petworth with the intention of cracking down on synthetic marijuana and drug paraphernalia being sold at small businesses in the neighborhood. “That’s illegal, man. Can’t do that. That’s drug paraphernalia,” warned […] . . . → Read More: Mayor Gray Must Understand, Our Language is Our Right