Federal case over immigration information-sharing ends.
We need to think very carefully about the extent and type of services and treatment these children and families require longer term to start to heal from the trauma they’ve experienced.
During the final months of 2019, powerful Democratic politicians have called for an investigation into the collapse of Puerto Rico’s communications networks following Hurricane María in 2017.
Georgia Department of Driver Services Takes First Steps in Securing Justice for Puerto Ricans Unlawfully Denied Driver’s Licenses
The firing and demotion of the senior officials came amid a report issued on December 17 by the Georgia Bureau of Investigation detailing “deficiencies in investigative procedures” that were inconsistent with DDS protocol.
Along with her husband, Jeffers created a workers rights organization from scratch with extremely limited funds, volunteers, and the kindness of Catholic groups.
Though still not over, it’s fair to say that 2019 has been the year of the protest.
People and Organizations From More Than 60 Countries Condemn Political Violence and Human Rights Violations in Chile
5,525 signatures of people from 327 different organizations were collected in just 72 hours as of October 23.
Puerto Rico’s Climate-Resilient Energy Infrastructure Should Be Focused on Renewables, Not Unproven and Risky Nuclear Technologies
Puerto Ricans should have all the facts about small modular nuclear reactors before making critical decisions about their energy future.
Amendments proposed in Congressional hearing reinforce “modern-day colonial relationship.”
Ethnic Studies Is Still Under Attack: White Identity Politics in Control of the LA Times Opinion Pages?
We can call this state of affairs, both present and historic, white identity politics.
DACA Recipients, Broad Coalition of Immigrants’ Rights Organizations Launch ‘Home Is Here’ Campaign Ahead of Crucial Supreme Court Hearing
Campaign to spotlight what’s at stake for 700,000 DACA recipients, their families, our communities, the economy, and our country if the Supreme Court allows unlawful termination of DACA to proceed.
By Nourelhoda Eidy, Ronnie Alvarez, and Madeline Simone As three students who spent our summers learning about the health impacts of immigration work raids, we find it is necessary to reflect on the implications of Trump’s interior enforcement tactics. Our research is enabled by accounts of people either directly affected by raids or those who […]
Congress Should Use Its Oversight Powers to Investigate the Collapse in Communications in Puerto Rico Following Hurricane María
The passage of time hasn’t provided any insight into why this collapse happened or what can be done to ensure something like this never happens again.
Homophobia in schools assaults LGBTQ+ students’ right to exist.
RN Response Network/National Nurses United release 20-page report called “Compassion Without Borders: RNs Report on the Public Health Crisis at the Border.”
The largely Afro-Caribbean community of Parcelas Suárez is starved of economic resources and faces another major challenge: drastic coastal erosion from strong Atlantic currents.
TUCSON, Arizona — On Saturday August 31, volunteers from various humanitarian aid organizations and local residents found the remains of up to four individuals who perished while attempting to cross the Arizona-Mexico border.
Palestinian student reportedly turned away at Boston’s Logan airport Friday.
The following media release was shared on Friday by Freedom for Immigrants: LOS ANGELES — Freedom for Immigrants issued a cease and desist letter yesterday to Immigration & Customs Enforcement (ICE) after the agency’s latest attack on the organization’s First Amendment right to freedom of speech. It was accompanied by a letter of support signed […]
A federal environmental agency refuses to hold public hearings in Puerto Rico on dangerous amendments to the regulations on coal waste management.