Victor Narro: Using the term “carve out” throughout the universal representation debate creates a narrative that those who fall under this label are less than a whole person and not worthy of full civil rights protection under the laws.
The State of Immigration in America
Disclaimer: The LA Progressive does not publish anything that contains the gratuitous use of the I-Word or N-Word. Having said that, when we publish an article or post video that contains language where those words are used it is because we believe the context in which it is used illuminates the topic in a way that would have been less effective had the I-Word not been used. Our goal is that you, the reader or listener, will gain a deeper understanding of the immigration debate from a progressive standpoint.
Vivian Rothstein: After holding a short prayer service under the watchful eyes of San Bernardino sheriff’s deputies, the group was told to leave the detention center’s property.
Unai Montes-Irueste: This week — the week of Commencement — Dartmouth received reports of Immigrations and Customs Enforcement officials boarding buses near the College, and asking passengers for documentation. But in acknowledging receipt of this news, the College did not denounce this ICE action.
Victoria DeFrancesco Soto: Trump has no desire to fix a broken immigration system. What he wants are notches on his belt—how many immigrants can he rounded up and shipped off, DREAMers and law abiding immigrants be damned.
If firms are forced to disclose any bids on the wall, advocates will then have an opportunity to put pressure on these companies — something that many businesses might rather avoid.
Hidden in Police Policies Across California: Illegal Guidelines That Can Lead to Immigrant Harassment and False Arrest his is not Arizona. But when it comes to police policies on immigrants across California, you wouldn’t know it. The ACLU of California recently discovered a mass-produced policy, purchased by many local law enforcement agencies, including some in cities that have declared themselves sanctuaries, and that contain illegal guidelines allowing officers to […]
Approximately 70% of all deportations nationwide are the result of local law enforcement’s participation in federal immigration enforcement activities. This is where Trump’s deportation dragnet lies
King is what Chester the Cheetah is to Cheetos, a mascot for the right’s anti-immigrant obsession.
Rubio is MIA and this in the midst of some real immigrant ugliness — even for Republicans.
Millions of people who have been living and working in the U.S., contributing to their communities and to the economy, are now at risk simply for who they are: people “without papers.”
Since 1999, the Pima County Medical Examiner’s Office has handled more than 2,800 human remains, those who died attempting to migrate through the southern Arizona deserts.
If you talk to the police, you’ll get deported. You will never see your child again. Those are pretty common lines that immigrants — especially women — hear from abusers.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 22, 2017 Media contact: ACLU SoCal Communications & Media Advocacy, 213.977.5252, email@example.com ACLU Statement on L.A. Mayor’s Executive Actions Protecting Immigrant Communities The following statement was made by Hector Villagra, executive director of the ACLU of Southern California, in regards to Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti’s executive actions signed yesterday, protecting immigrant […]