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Immigration Agents Arrest 680 Workers in Massive Raids at Mississippi Food Processing Plants

(Aug. 7, 2019) (MORTON, Miss.) — U.S. immigration officials raided seven Mississippi chicken processing plants Wednesday, arresting 680 mostly Latino workers in the largest workplace sting in at least a decade. Read more >

Sign the Petition: No Hotels for ICE

Demand that U.S. hotel chains refuse to let ICE use their properties as jails for immigrants Read more >

Join the Tweet Storm TODAY - Lift your voice in support of refugees and asylum seekers!

The Administration's attacks on refugees and asylum seekers have grave, long term consequences -- threatening the very survival of tens of thousands in our global community and reneging on U.S. commitments and responsibility to be a welcoming nation for those in need of safety. Trump has already taken steps to decimate access to asylum, has slashed the U.S. refugee resettlement program -- and is now reportedly considering ZERO refugees for resettlement next year! Read more >

Immigration News Updates: Resistance in the Face of Continued Assault on Immigrant, Refugee Rights

As Congress heads towards its annual August recess, immigration issues continue to make headlines, including as election debate topics. Read more >

Conservatives Are Wrong About What’s Driving Immigration

During Tuesday night’s Democratic candidate debate, the CNN anchor Dana Bash asked a provocative question of Senator Bernie Sanders: “You want to provide undocumented immigrants free health care and free college. Why won’t this drive even more people to come to the U.S. illegally?” Read more >

'People are dying': how the climate crisis has sparked an exodus to the US

(July 29, 2019) At sunrise, the misty fields around the village of Guior are already dotted with men, women and children sowing maize after an overnight rainstorm. Read more >

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