Topic: Immigration

  • Indignados y valientes en Texas

    Un grupo de inmigrantes indocumentados bloqueó el tráfico en Austin, Texas, para protestar contra una draconiana ley y para alentar la resistencia.

  • Listos para responder a ICE

    La migra lo ha dejado bien claro que está a la caza de activistas, pero ellos están preparados para responder.

  • A team turns out to protest

    There is a pressing need for all of us to take a lead from the Bethesda Soccer Club and defend the rights of immigrants.

  • ICE is guilty of the murder of Frank Fuentes

    The government's anti-immigrant assault that has caused so many cruelties led to the death of a young man trying to return to his home in the U.S.

  • #OutragedAndUnafraid in Texas

    Undocumented immigrants and supporters blocked traffic to protest a draconian Texas law in an effort to encourage resistance.

  • Who's guilty of murder in San Antonio?

    Authorities are promising to go after human traffickers following the horrific deaths of 10 migrants in Texas--but the guilty go all the way to the top.

  • A stealth legislative assault on immigrants

    Democrats say they're standing up to Trump, but they won't challenge anti-immigrant bills being passed quietly in Congress.

  • La migra detiene más activistas

    El gobierno continúa haciendo guerra contra los inmigrantes que luchan por sus derechos laborales. Otros dos activistas fueron detenidos en Vermont.

  • Confronting Arpaio's hate in Massachusetts

    Defenders of social justice refused to let the bigoted former Sheriff Joe Arpaio send his hateful message without opposition.

  • We are a sanctuary union

    A member of Teamsters Local 810 in New York explains how they passed a resolution declaring their local a "sanctuary union."

  • Immigration police grab two more activists

    The federal government is continuing its war on immigrant workers fighting for their rights in Vermont with two more detentions.

  • A political prisoner is freed from ICE's grasp

    An LA activist was freed from detention, but still faces the threat of deportation by a vindictive and dishonest ICE bureaucracy.

  • A symbol of sanctuary for others to follow

    More than 100 people packed into a North Carolina church to welcome Juana Luz Tobar Ortega into sanctuary from ICE within the church's walls.

  • Sanctuary for some in New York City

    Bill de Blasio has proclaimed New York a sanctuary city, but "broken windows" police policies still ensnare the city's immigrants.

  • The season to protest for justice in Texas

    Immigrant rights activists in Texas kicked off their "Summer of Resistance" against the notorious "Show Me Your Papers" law.

  • ICE isn't welcome at Northwestern

    Northwestern University students who spoke out when an ICE representative came to campus are facing disciplinary action.

  • We must be ready to respond to deportations

    The federal immigration police have made it clear that they are going after activists--but organizers are preparing to counter them.

  • The Border Patrol's war on an innocent family

    Claudia Rueda led a campaign to clear her mother of bogus drug charges leveled by the Border Patrol--and now faces deportation.

  • ¿Una nación de inmigrantes?

    Estados Unidos tiene una relación contradictoria con sus inmigrantes porque sus empleadores necesitan para abaratar el costo laboral.

  • ICE knows that we stand with Carimer

    Carimer Andujar, an undocumented student at Rutgers, remains free after hundreds joined a rally outside the ICE office she was summoned to.

  • People living in fear can't be left to fight alone

    An activist in the New Sanctuary Coalition of New York City talks about the struggle to stop deportations--including her husband's.

  • A Texas-sized bigotry bill

    The "sanctuary cities ban" signed into law in Texas seeks to turn police departments and universities into immigration enforcers.

  • ICE came for us and the community stood up

    Two migrant labor activists detained by ICE describe how Trump is carrying out a political attack on the leaders of the immigrant struggle.

  • Don't deport my husband

    The wife of Otto Morales-Caballeros tells how he was abducted by ICE to be sent back to a country he hasn't seen since he was 16.

  • The spirit of solidarity at NORCOR

    More than 100 people came out to support immigrant hunger strikers demanding better conditions at an Oregon prison.