If someone wanted to make us disappear, they’ve only made clear that we can no longer be invisible.
As the Daughter of an ICE Detainee, Here’s What I Learned From a Deep Dive Into Immigration Raids (OPINION)
Although I did not experience these six raids myself, I am writing from the perspective of not only a student researcher, but as a daughter with a parent at an ICE facility amidst a global pandemic.
Now, during the most virulent outbreak in a century, we must do better to protect and support cleaning workers.
New Documents: BORTAC and Border Patrol Union President Played Role in 2017 Raid and Arrests at Humanitarian Aid Station
Border Patrol abuses have been widely documented for years.
The virus has managed to act out one of America’s most obsessively repeated storylines, in which the nation is invaded by a dangerous outside element.
She has demonstrated time and again an unshakable commitment to economic development, worker justice, and debt relief for the people of Puerto Rico—before it was fashionable.
Now with growing awareness —and anger— about the systemic inequities that cut far too many Black and Brown lives short, we have to make sure that the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department harmful and brutal practices are not allowed to go unchecked
Originally from Puerto Rico, Mr. Ramón Cruz has a long history of involvement within the environmental movement.
Carceral frameworks live inside of us. They aren’t discrete systems outside ourselves that we can dismantle without critically examining how they shape our ideas, strategies, and visions.
DACA is power materialized into a solution created for and by our community.
New Mexico’s Hispanic Families See Personal Connections to the Pain of the Black Community Due to Similar Experiences With Police Brutality
Nearly all (89%) respondents agree with the statement that they “understand the pain and frustration that the Black community feels right now with law enforcement because Latinos face similar experiences with law enforcement.”
An Open Letter From Undocumented, DACAmented and Formerly Undocumented Leaders to the Immigrant Rights Movement
We are about to witness the Supreme Court slash DACA and put about 650,000 DACA recipients, including many of us, at risk of deportation. But this time we cannot do business as usual.
Lawsuit Requests Immediate Naturalization for Hundreds Whose Citizenship Oath Was Derailed by COVID-19
The lawsuit was filed on behalf of Plaintiffs and a proposed class covering hundreds of individuals in the region.
Rape Survivor Evelyn Hernández Acquitted in Landmark Resolution, Demands Freedom for Women Imprisoned Under El Salvador’s Abortion Ban
El Salvador is considered to have the most extreme abortion ban in the world and is one of the only countries known to prosecute and imprison women in cases of obstetric emergencies.
They continue to pay for this injustice in Peru, where they are separated from their spouses, children and families.
“Lynching never actually went away. The powers that be have enshrined it into state power.”
MÃE! (Mom!): New Short Film Created in Isolation Depicts Challenges of Immigrants Facing COVID-19 Pandemic Away From Home
The film is meant to be a window into life, inspired by many stories of immigrants who have had to face the pandemic away from home.
Aid efforts should be grounded on principles of social justice, mutuality, working class and poor people empowerment instead of policing, charity and profit.
The suit details the dangerous conditions faced by the people confined at EDC, a private immigration prison operated by CoreCivic in New Jersey through a contract with Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).
The COVID-19 pandemic has put much of American life on hold, and efforts to ensure the robustness of US democracy have not been exempt.