Friday, July 30, 2021

Tag: immigration

Trump’s Muslim bans impoverish us all

We should welcome refugees and immigrants to the United States because it’s good for our society, for our economy, and for our nation.

Meet Dulce Garcia: DREAMer & immigration lawyer who is suing Trump...

Dulce Garcia is an immigration lawyer who regularly defends other immigrants in court in California.

How Trump’s immigration crackdown threatens ‘Made in America’ dairy-industry miracle

Idaho farmers frustrated with far-right rhetoric, endless congressional fighting over undocumented Hispanic workers.

Beyond DACA: The youth fighting for the rights of all immigrants

Movimiento Cosecha is taking direct action to defend DACA – and all undocumented people living in the United States.

What will happen to DREAMers and the lives they’ve built?

Trump’s repeal of DACA has DREAMers and their advocates vowing to fight back and scrambling to find Plan B.

SB 4 lawsuit: Texas immigration law violates U.S. constitution

“Not only will SB 4 lead to wholesale racial profiling, it is so vaguely written that local officials and law enforcement agencies are essentially left to guess whether their policies and practices would violate the law.”

Giving a voice to the real targets of crime vs. silencing...

Human rights are critical. But they are being used to target and exploit minorities in a power grab, while ignoring the real facts.

Making sense of the deportation debate

How Bill Clinton and Barack Obama laid the groundwork for Trump’s immigration policies.

These kids used their spring break to protest Trump

Last week, hundreds of young people from around the country traveled to Washington, D.C. to stand up for their families and demonstrate against Trump’s immigrant policies.

The coming Muslim century: Bad news for Steve Bannon

Countries that welcome immigrants will grow and be economically vibrant.

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Planet’s vital signs are reaching dangerous ‘tipping points’ amid climate crisis, scientists warn

“We need to stop treating the climate emergency as a stand-alone issue—global heating is not the sole symptom of our stressed Earth system.”

Maine becomes first state to make corporations pay for recycling

“While we’re first in the U.S., we’re not going to be the last.”

Labor rights advocates’ Fight for $15 has helped millions of workers

“The success of the movement for higher wages... only reaffirms how far out of step lawmakers in Congress are from their constituents, as they continue to refuse to raise the federal minimum wage.”

Police sergeant suspended after kicking handcuffed woman’s head on video

The Atlanta Police Department has not yet released the names of the police officer, sergeant, or the victim who was not charged with a crime.

What the Pegasus Project has revealed about the rise of for profit surveillance

For journalists and activists what we’ve learned about Pegasus has created new doubts about security.