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After removing a citizenship question on the 2020 census, the DOJ is trying to put it back on — at Trump’s request

One day after the fight over whether the 2020 census would include a citizenship question seemed  Read more >

End immigrant detention! Close the Camps - Tuesday, July 2

Threats of mass deportations, tragic photos of migrants dying at borders, exposure of inhumane detention conditions of children, their families, and other migrants and asylum seekers have pushed many to ask what they can do to stop these policies and practices. Even presidential hopefuls are pressing to end the criminalization of undocumented border crossers--something that has largely gone without comment by most politicians. Read more >

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Here's what's in the $4.6 billion border aid bill passed by Congress

[June 27, 2019] WASHINGTON, D.C. — Amid a raging nationwide debate over the dire conditions of migrant detention centers, the U.S. House and Senate rushed to pass legislation this week to address a crisis at the U.S-Mexico border. Read more >

NNIRR Welcomes Supreme Court Ruling on Census: Let's Get on to Mobilizing Immigrant Participation in Census 2020

The National Network for Immigrant and Refugee Rights (NNIRR) welcomes the Supreme Court's ruling that blocks--at least temporarily--the inclusion of a citizenship question in the 2020 Census. Today's decision sends the case back to a lower court where the Department of Commerce, which oversees the Census, is asked to clarify justification of its argument to include the citizenship question. Read more >

Internal DHS and ICE immigration detention practices are broken

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People Who Can’t Vote Still Count Politically in America. What if That Changes?

Three years ago, before the Trump administration moved to add a citizenship question to the census, and before many experts even imagined  Read more >

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