Monica Thammarath, APALA National President and Senior Liaison at the National Education Association, stated: "APALA will stand up against Trump's vulgar language to ensure our nation's values of immigration are not stained by Trump's divisiveness. Diversity strengthens our country and we will continue to organize to ensure immigrants are not singled out and denied entry based on their country of origin."
"Trump's dehumanization of people coming from impoverished nations of color in favor of immigrants from Norway clearly reinforces Trump's white supremacist agenda," commented APALA Executive Director Alvina Yeh. "America needs principle-driven immigration policies that do no discriminate against any immigrant communities."
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