What Does The Trump Administration Executive Order One Really Mean?
Albany, New York ~ In 2006, Mexican Americans Multicultural Education was deemed Unconstitutional to Deport Mexican American citizens due to the lack of educational resources to sustain their independence in California. Historical experiences that reflect the death of JaVonte Prothro, 29 and Otigo Martinez, 18, in Richmond, California on September 19, 2016, following the World Trade Center and Pentagon destruction on September 11, 2001, is not forgotten. The work of educators to teach children about the mistakes of our citizens and government during a crisis does not mean to accept Unconstitutional Deportation of Mexican Americans and Native Americans in 2017, under Executive Order One by the Trump Administration. Since World War II, Native Americans have been forced to relocate to reservations, restricted properties, and family-owned properties as an act of suspicion aimed at citizens of the Middle Eastern regions. These vulnerable groups are sometimes prohibited from employment due to the lack of understanding by governments. De Facto Laws for Native Americans and Mexican Americans to survive cultural threats against the public is still an issue today under the Trump Administration and the relatives of the mentioned victims are still crying out about their American Birth Rights as proof no one will be held subjected to hatred and racially motived discriminatory practices due to pending legislation issues to deport these groups. Forced expulsion of Mexican Americans for public attention is not an Executive Order One practice it is a Sanctuary for cities to cut Federal Funding and direct federal criminal prosecutions under Judicial Administrative Order.
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