This report shares critical demographic information on the Latino community, features firsthand accounts from frontline Latino workers, and forecasts the devastating toll of COVID-19 on the Latino community, based on the impact of the Great Recession.
Immigrants in Stewart Detention Center on Hunger Strike to Demand COVID19 Precautions, Release as Georgia Becomes Southeast Epicenter of Pandemic
In audio recordings, detained immigrants at the for-profit Stewart Detention Center describe cramped conditions, a lack of a plan to deal with outbreak, and increasing panic within the detention center.
Advocacy Organizations to AG William Barr: Halt Migrant Prosecutions During COVID-19 Crisis to Save Lives
Immigration, criminal legal reform, and civil rights groups call on DOJ to halt immigration prosecutions, close “Operation Streamline” courts, and drop existing charges
“We could write books that would fill libraries about the harm that Bloomberg caused New Yorkers—harm that has lasting effects to today,” the signers said.
“While we have been on a path toward racist nationalism for a while, history will look back at this day as the day American democracy died.”
Father’s charging documents did not include details of the family separation, hiding it from the court and from the public. Family and advocates demand her immediate release and demand answers to why the government continues to separate families.
White House Border Proposal Attempts to Use Border Communities as Laboratory for Tech Surveillance of Americans
“The proposal that President Trump offers is a hollow concession and an attempted deal that should be wholly rejected by members of Congress.”
The President “is doubling down on his racist campaign promise and putting all Americans and the health of our economy at risk.”
“We are extremely saddened and angered by the Tucson Immigration court’s decision to deport Alejandra,” said Jacinta González, who is leading Mijente’s organizing support for Pablos’ case.
Alejandra Pablos was singled out and detained by DHS agents during a peaceful protest outside of DHS offices in Virginia in January of 2018.
“Despite the divisiveness of Kemp’s campaign, we emerge from this election more united than ever.”
“Georgia is well-known for some of the worst voter suppression efforts in the country, and today’s arrests of peaceful protestors are a prime example of this extreme intimidation of people of color.”
Marisa Franco, Co-Founder of Mijente, Condemns Jeff Sessions’ Department of Justice for Human Rights Abuses Against the Latinx Community
Under his leadership, the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) enacted policies that have devastated thousands of our neighbors.
“From Louisville to Pittsburgh to Tornillo”
Technology companies are working with ICE.
Hispter racism redux.
“These four women now join a list of countless other people who have been killed simply for being born on one side of an invisible line and risking their lives to transcend it.”
6 Things Everyone Who Cares About Stopping Separation of Children Must Know About Trump’s Executive Order
Trump and Sessions will continue to implement their “Zero Tolerance” policy and prosecute everyone detained at the border.
National ‘Chinga La Migra’ Organizing Tour Targets ICE, Launches at Northwest Detention Center in Tacoma
“We think it’s time to start exposing what’s really happening to immigrants inside of President Trump’s Racism First agenda,” explained Marisa Franco.
Now we must demand that Governor Ducey pardon Alejandra so she can have a chance to fight her deportation and stay home.
Activist Is Granted Bond Hearing in Deportation Fight, Inspires National Mobilization for Her Release
Federal judge sets court date to determine immigration custody of activist Alejandra Pablos, as friends and colleagues mobilize nationwide to assure her release.