Gutiérrez on CBP Protest Against Separation of Families: ‘We Will Be Back and We Will Do It Again and Again If We Have To’
“And are their children given back to them? We don’t know and can’t get answers, which is why we went to CBP.”
A Must-Read Raw, Honest (and Real) Take on How One Women Dealt With Border Patrol on a Greyhound Bus
“It’s about my experience last night with these f*cking border patrol agents.”
“Generally, claims by aliens pertaining to domestic violence or gang violence perpetrated by non-governmental actors will not qualify for asylum.”
Organizer in Contact With Family Says Pizza Delivery Man Arrested By ICE Is Scheduled to Be Deported This Monday
Villavicencio-Calderón, who is from Ecuador, was in the process of getting his green card. His wife and his two children are U.S. citizens.
When ICE detained my mom, they initially told her she would get at least three months to get her affairs in order and say goodbye. They then turned around and arrested her the same day.
“It is alarming that transgender communities continue to face transphobic violence outside and inside of detention walls.”
What really happened?
“These documents provide a glimpse into a federal immigration enforcement system marked by brutality and lawlessness,” said Mitra Ebadolahi, ACLU Border Litigation Project staff attorney.
My name is Aura Hernández. I am originally from Guatemala, and I have been in sanctuary since March 1 of this year as a result of the harsh immigration policies of Mr. Donald Trump.
Press Freedom, Civil Rights and Civil Liberties Groups Call on ICE to Immediately Release Detained Journalist Manuel Durán Ortega
“As organizations advocating for press freedom, immigrant rights and racial justice, we are outraged by Durán’s arrest and detainment, which are in direct violation of the First Amendment.”
In one video, 18 shots of tear gas canisters seem to be heard as people ran away coughing and in panic. About 12 of those shots were heard after protesters were already retreating.
Sign-on letter condemning the actions of the Puerto Rican government on May Day and demanding justice for the Puerto Rican people
A 15-year-old immigrant from El Salvador came to Long Island to escape the formidable MS-13.
The institutionalized violence and insecurity in Central America, backed by the United States, have forced us out of our countries of origin.
“Journalists doing their job should never be targeted by law enforcement.”
“I’ve been targeted, not only because of my human rights activism and my advocacy for reproductive justice, but also because I have a criminal record.”
“When white supremacists run the government, it’s each of our responsibilities to show that they don’t speak for us.”
Now we must demand that Governor Ducey pardon Alejandra so she can have a chance to fight her deportation and stay home.