Immigration attorney Maggie Castillo, left, of the American Immigration Lawyers Association, offers her services to travelers affected by President Trump’s travel ban at Los Angeles International Airport on June 29, 2017.(Photo: Stephen Carr, AP)
President Trump’s broad efforts to curb immigration have produced a windfall for immigrant advocacy groups: more donations, more volunteers and more efforts to work in unison.
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The clearest evidence occurs Monday, when the largest immigration advocacy organization in the country, the National Council of La Raza, will change its name to “UnidosUS,” or “United U.S.” President Janet Murguía said the change was in the works before Trump came into office, but fits the new strategy of collective resistance.
“It’s is a call to action for all Latinos, but it also signals a
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