Until a few years ago, most people did not pay attention to a case that happened in Alamosa, Colorado in 1913. Thanks to the work of District Judge Martin Gonzales and others over the past few years, proper light is being given to a historic case that was supported by the SPMDTU. The case involved … Continue reading SPMDTU and Alamosa’s Desegregation Case
You can still contribute now to contribute to the restoration fund of the S.P.M.D.T.U. headquarters in Antonito, Colorado. Click here to contribute to the campaign. Click here to learn more about the restoration.
"We urge Congress to work with the President and quickly pass bipartisan legislation that would enable Dreamers to earn lawful permanent status, and eventually, earn American citizenship if they meet the criteria." The SPMDTU has issued a statement regarding recent events in the United States of America. Please find the text in its entirety by … Continue reading SPMDTU Statement on DACA and Immigration