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Trump wants to deport millions of Americans. Here’s how we can stop him.

In the days leading up to Trump’s inauguration,  Read more >

What Would You Do?

[Dec. 2, 2016]

(On the 2nd weekend in October, labor activists, military veterans, musicians, artists, and people of faith from across the US converged on both sides of the US-Mexico border at Nogales, AZ. The action was sponsored by School of the Americas Watch (SOAW) to draw attention to the “war on drugs’” and trade policies that drive migrants from their homelands only to find an increasingly militarized, dangerous and often deadly crossing). Read more >

Posada urges humanitarian stance on immigration from U.S. Rep.

It’s worth noting that Mary and Joseph’s biblical procession — from Nazareth to Bethlehem, then Egypt — resembles the plight of refugees fleeing turmoil in Mexico, Central America and the Middle East, said Claudia Rueda. Read more >

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Safe passage for migrants sought

International migrant rights activists at a global forum on migration and human rights in Dhaka yesterday observed that migrants and refugees seeking safe routes through international borders should be allowed to move and provide necessary assistances to ensure their human rights. Read more >

Kobach Accidentally Reveals Anti-Muslim Plan

On Sunday, Kris Kobach showed us his papers—and civil liberties groups now want him out. Read more >

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Head of National Network Discusses Immigration, Refugee Rights

When President-elect Donald Trump takes office in January, President Barack Obama’s immigration plans could be repealed, leaving its recipient’s futures uncertain.

That's the view expressed by Catherine Tactaquin, executive director of the National Network for Immigrants and Refugee Rights, at a forum this week in Santa Barbara. Read more >

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The Sunday Show on KPFA 94.1 FM: Building a Wall Across America

In the first hour, Building a Wall Across America with Catherine Tactaquin, Executive Director of the National Network for Immigrant and Refugee Rights. Read more >

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Trump's election brings immigration fears

With or without a wall, barriers to illegal immigration are almost certain to grow when Donald Trump is sworn in as president. Read more >

Battle over immigration policy before Supreme Court sparks trending hashtag campaign

#FightForFamilies was t[r]ending on Twitter Monday as people on both sides of the immigration issue expressed opinions as the U.S. Supreme Court began hearing oral arguments in the case. Read more >

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Hillary Clinton is dead wrong about Bernie Sanders’ immigration record

Last week, Clinton slammed Sanders for voting against reform in 2007. Read more >

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