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Undocumented Students Should Stand Up

My name is Ju Hong, and I am undocumented and unafraid.

On Tuesday, July 12, six other undocumented students and I conducted an act of civil disobedience to empower young undocumented immigrant youth and to protest the inhuman treatment of immigrants. We sat in the street near San Bernardino Valley College and submitted to arrest.

We were taken to jail, and we are now being threatened with deportation. This is one of the first times in California where undocumented youths have participated in non-violent acts of civil disobedience.
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Protests Target Obama's Push on Secure Communities Program

Immigration advocacy groups plan to crank up their fight against a controversial federal immigration enforcement program Tuesday with rallies in six major U.S. cities.

One such rally, in Chicago, is planned outside President Obama’s national campaign headquarters, coordinators say. They say will be delivering “thousands of petitions” opposing the program, known as “Secure Communities,” to the president’s campaign office and other locations.
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DHS to Pursue 'Secure Communities' Deportation Plans

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End S-COMM: The first step to restoring our rights & getting accountability

When our communities demand public safety and full righ

Community's Urgent Response Action Stopped ICE from Deporting Youth

NNIRR’s urgent response calls had a double impact: Read more >

Who's responsible for the massacre of migrants?

Who's responsible for the massacre of migrants?
Placing the massacre at the feet of U.S. Immigration Control and Trade Policies

Migrant workers continue paying a heavy price as a result of the volatile mixture of the U.S. militarization of immigration control and border communities, the criminalization of migration, the expansion of NAFTA or “free” trade under the “Merida Initiative,” a war on drugs and national security. Read more >

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