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
The State of Immigration in America
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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, firstname.lastname@example.org 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 […]
Sharon Kyle: With the exception of the Dreamers, all other undocumented immigrants are subject to deportation. In some cases some individuals could face deportation without a hearing.
Skip Hickambottom and Dale Gronemeier: These MOUs not only require local police departments to provide their officers for immigration investigations and joint operations, but they also shift the costs of enforcement from the federal government to local cities, school districts, and counties.
Skip Hickambottom and Dale Gronemeir: Councilmember Gordo is talking out of both sides of his mouth – one day he supports a total ban on ICE contacts but then four days later backtracks from that public commitment.
Leighton Woodhouse: During the next hour Barragán and Chu were subjected to the kind of diversion, buck-passing and stonewalling you might expect from a cable TV company when you try to switch providers.
Bobbi Murray: Last December Lara introduced Senate Bill 30, which would require California voter approval of any wall construction along the California-Mexico border.
Tom Hastings: Who ever thought that we would have a president who makes John McCain look moderate? Well, we do.