"We need to fight for immigrant families and stop Donald Trump's racist policies, and we can only do it together."
Warren's case is a result of the escalating law enforcement crackdown against humanitarian aid volunteers.
A federal judge found the department’s own records disturbing and ordered the names of the accused agents made public. Now, DHS has taken its fight against doing so to the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.
"Let's not concede that having refugees in our cities is something to be threatened by."
If President Trump succeeds in his assault on citizenship as an inclusive, irremovable right, then Lady Liberty will find herself, like Ellis Island, a mere reminder of another world, of a lost America, a country that once was a beacon of hope for those fleeing oppression.
"We don't want money for an institution that is demonizing and criminalizing our immigrant neighbors."
We speak with an undocumented housekeeper from Guatemala named Victorina Morales, who helped expose what was happening on the Trump properties by speaking on the record to The New York Times.
"This verdict challenges not only No More Deaths volunteers, but people of conscience throughout the country."
U.S. authorities fired tear gas at migrants at the Mexican border during the first hours of the new year.