Be Their Voice
While the decisions made in this country affect undocumented people and their families just as much as anyone else, they do not have the opportunity to voice their support for or disagreement on those decisions. Many noncitizens fear retaliation should they decide to speak up for themselves.
As allies and advocates of those who cannot voice their concerns, it is our job to vote for them - to be their voice.
Be Our Voice
The immigrant experience is one of constant struggle and work. Too often, due to a language barrier or not enough time, our undocumented parents and friends find it difficult to stay up to date on current events or resources that could provide assistance to them. Many immigrant individuals, when asked about their plans for the future, point to their children. We, their children, are their future. It is our job to be their voice and vote for them.
They plead to us: Be Our Voice!