Undocumented workers standing up to Trump

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Raised by 5 people in 1 month
Created May 14, 2019
UPDATE: A total of 19 undocumented immigrants who worked for Trump appeared in a CNN town hall where they shared stories about what it is like to work for the Trump Organization. Many of them, like Victorina and Sandra, say that Trump had to have known they were undocumented during their employment. Watch the video here .


UPDATE: Two undocumented immigrants who cooked for President Trump for seven years at his Colt's Neck Golf Course in New Jersey came forward to tell their stories. Check out their interview with Univision here . 


Victorina Morales from Guatemala and Sandra Díaz from Costa Rica are former undocumented immigrants who worked for and were exploited by President Trump.

For a combined eight years, Victorina and Sandra worked at President Trump’s private golf club in Bedminster, New Jersey.

Trump and his organization likely knew the women were undocumented, but they didn’t care. In fact, the housekeepers’ supervisors helped them obtain fake documents.

Both women suffered verbal abuse, harassment and humiliation on the job. They were occasionally shoved into walls by their supervisors who called them “stupid illegal immigrants” with less intelligence than a dog.

The women spoke out and can no longer work as housekeepers. That's why they need our help.

“They (Trump and his family) rely on our labor even as they attack us and our community. What a bunch of hypocrites. Cruel, demeaning hypocrites,” Sandra told Univision News.

Since Victorina and Sandra spoke out, more undocumented immigrants who worked for and were abused by the Trump Organization have come forward to tell their stories. Many of them were fired after news about them became public.

All funds raised in this GoFundMe will go toward Sandra and Victorina, to help take care of their families, bills, and rent.

Victorina and Sandra have led the way in standing up to the Trump Organization and exposing the President’s hypocrisy while risking their livelihoods and putting themselves in danger of deportation.

Help us stand with Victorina and Sandra.

Thank you for your support.

For a more detailed recap of what has happened to Victorina and Sandra, click here.
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