If you want to make changes in the world, you're going to have to be there day after day doing the boring, straightforward work of getting people interested in an issue, building a slightly bigger organization, carrying out the next move, experiencing frustration, and finally getting somewhere, that's how the world changes - Noam Chomsky I stayed up last night reading Imperial Ambitions by Noam Chomsky and I came across that line, and even though he was talking about the anti-war movement , I think this appeals to the immigration movement, the Dream Act movement or any kind of movement that wants to succeed.
The current status of undocumented immigrants is devastating. Some people see them as criminals, while others think they are stealing jobs in America and hurting the country. Invaders? It's really ironic when people call undocumented immigrants invaders, what happened to the war in Iraq? why is most of the world calling Americans the invaders? I ask myself that question a lot. But thanks to Lou Dobbs, Glenn Beck and other xenophobes in the media, they have manage to demonize undocumented immigrants by calling them criminals, invaders, among other words promoting hate speech and racism against the Hispanic community and foreigners. But there is hope and people are starting to organize and fight back with the truth