The Rapidian

Driver's Licenses For All

City of Grand Rapids has failed to respond to demands for police accountability and cutting ties to ICE

by (Movimiento Cose...)

Submitted 05-14-2019 under NONPROFITS

On the evening of Tuesday, May 14, as the Grand Rapids City Commission meeting was approaching, attendees may have noticed a blue banner hanging over the railing of the Calder Plaza, facing the Monroe Street traffic.  The banner read, in white...

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Despite pressure from City of Grand Rapids, Cosecha pushes forward with a safe, non-violent, and family-friendly May 1st march for Driver's Licenses for All

by (Movimiento Cose...)

Submitted 04-30-2019 under NONPROFITS

On Monday, April 29, members of Movimiento Cosecha GR met with staff from the Office of Special Events from the City of Grand Rapids.  Cosecha has multiple concerns that we wanted to address with the city, concerns that we have brought to every...

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Tired of looking fearfully in the rearview mirror, immigrants will march for Driver's Licenses for All on May 1

by (Movimiento Cose...)

Submitted 04-22-2019 under NONPROFITS

“We all know the feeling,” say the immigrants who wish to remain anonymous. One, called "Maria" for this article, explains:  “You’re taking your children to school because they missed the bus. One of them is...

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Pilgrimage: Undocumented immigrants, allies walk, dance, chant from Grand Rapids to Lansing to demand driver's licenses for all

by (Movimiento Cose...)

Submitted 10-12-2018 under NONPROFITS

Sylvia, who wishes to keep her last name off the record, has implants in her hips. And yet from October 5-9, she walked over 65 miles from her home in Grand Rapids to the steps of the State Capitol in Lansing with others from Movimiento Cosecha to...

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