Last quote by Janet Murguía
The really important dynamic to note is this is not antagonistic, employee-against-employer. This is employers and workers standing together, not in conflict. Businesses cannot function without immigrant workers today.
Feb 16 2017
Janet Murguía has been quoted 8 times. The two most recent articles where Janet Murguía has been quoted are Businesses across U.S. close for 'Day Without Immigrants' and Obama Leaves Behind a Mixed Legacy on Immigration. Most recently, Janet Murguía was quoted as having said, “From doctors to dishwashers, immigrants are integral to daily life in the U.S.”.
Quotes by Janet Murguía
Feb 16 2017
From doctors to dishwashers, immigrants are integral to daily life in the U.S.
Jan 15 2017
For us, this president has been the deporter-in-chief.
Jan 06 2017
For many of us, it's a clear reminder that we are continued to be called to action. We need an attorney general who understands the experiences of all Americans, who sees our community as part of this country. He demonstrates again and again that he is not that person.
Nov 29 2016
This polarized and divisive election has left its mark on all of us, but most tragically on our children. We have heard countless stories of harassment, intimidation and bullying of Latino and other students in schools around this country. This cannot stand.
Nov 07 2016
There needs to be real serious run at legislation – an assertive, affirmative effort to address this in Congress. We just need to make sure it is not seen as a side issue or a special-interest issue but as an issue that is integral to strengthening the U.S economy.
Nov 07 2016
We need to make sure that the fact that our community will be seen as essential in turning this election is considered and the issues that we care about will be given a heightened sense of priority.
Jun 23 2016
This is a victory for equity, for enriching the college experience for all students and for our country's future prosperity. Sixty-five percent of all jobs in the next four years will require some type of postsecondary degree or credential, yet minority students are still facing obstacles to reaching or achieving success in college because of systemic inequities in our society.
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