Monday, July 13, 2020

Tag: immigration

We can’t talk about immigration without acknowledging black immigrants

With strong, rich roots in the U.S., Black people are part of this country’s immigration narrative.

Federal judge rules Trump administration must release detained children from ICE...

“They need to make the sensible choice and release the parents to care for their children.”

Millions of immigrant heroes perform essential jobs during the pandemic—America needs...

We need to ensure that everyone’s health and well-being are protected.

‘The Wuhan of the Americas’: US deports COVID-19-positive immigrants to Haiti...

Guatemala’s health minister, Hugo Monroy, has called the U.S. “the Wuhan of the Americas.”

‘Deliberately cruel’: Millions of US citizens blocked from stimulus payments because...

"In creating an exception for military families, they very, very deliberately left all of these other people out of the cash rebate."

‘These are the bad times’: Trump to deploy heavily armed border...

"Trump is using military-style tactics because he has a political beef with cities whose policies he doesn't like."

When politicians turn immigration into a ‘crisis,’ entire societies suffer

A look at Sicily, where political restrictions on immigration are taking their toll on local residents as well as immigrants.

To win on immigration, we have to lead with love

We default to an “us versus them” dichotomy, when we should be talking about communities and how we can make them work for everyone.

The story behind the world’s first private refugee sponsorship program

“There are seven countries right now designing programs based on what they’ve learned about ours.”

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Key US ally indicted for organ trade murder scheme

Is this the final unraveling of the Western narrative of "humanitarian intervention" in Kosovo, and a crack in the "accountability-free zone" of impunity for U.S. and allied war crimes?

A ‘historic day’ as federal judge orders shutdown and removal of Dakota Access Pipeline

This is the first time a federal judge has closed an operating pipeline for environmental reasons.

The social impact of the Second Amendment

The state should be permitted to disarm its citizens to the extent it judges necessary to protect its own strength to protect its society.

Who for Veep?

The big question for Bernie-ites is who they want for vice-president.

California bill to establish nation’s second public bank applauded as ‘historic challenge to Wall...

"We can structure a bank that actually is accountable to the people and does what the people want it to do."