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UN CERD Expresses Concern over US-Texas Border Wall Discriminatory Impact on Indigenous Peoples

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'Gang of 8' Soldiers On After Budget Split

The Senate’s bipartisan immigration group insists that its deliberations were unaffected by a weekend vote that saw the eight senators working to produce a bill by early April split along party lines.

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Black Immigrants for Historic Rally for Immigration Reform

News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Mon. Mar. 11, 2013: An estimated 700 African Americans and Black immigrants from the Caribbean, Africa, Latin America and throughout the globe will join Clergy United to Save and Heal, a Caribbean Clergy Faith Based Network for a pro-immigration rally on D.C.

The ‘Black Communities for Immigrant Justice Rally’ is set for Wednesday March 20, 2013 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at the United States Capitol Grounds.
The rally’s aim is to demonstrate the strength and unity of black immigrant groups on the immigration reform debate. Read more >

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Migrant Women's Rights are Human Rights! Workshop and march in New York, Mar. 7 & 8

For those of you who are in or will be in New York this next week, please join us for the workshop, Violence Against Migrant Women and the Human Rights Framework, on Thursday March 7. NNIRR is a member of the Women and Global Migration Working Group, one of the workshop hosts. Read more >

New Report Exposes How Employers Take Advantage of Broken Immigration System to Exploit Workers

Study details how employers use immigration enforcement to retaliate against workers, and points to opportunities for reform in current immigration debate. Read more >

Immigration Reform Set to Boost Business, Undermine Rights

As D.C. politicians quibble over immigration-reform details, their plans all make the same mistakes. Read more >

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