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Lawmakers to Obama: Pardon Immigrant Youth Facing Deportations Under Trump

Lawmakers on Thursday implored President Barack Obama to pardon young immigrants temporarily protected from deportation for their immigration violations so that they won't be subject to removal under a Trump administration. 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When President-elect Donald Trump takes office in January, President Barack Obama’s immigration plans could be repealed, leaving its recipient’s futures uncertain.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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Can a Campus Be a Sanctuary?

The election of Donald Trump to the presidency has prompted a growing number of petitions signed by students, faculty members and alumni at colleges and universities across the country calling on their institutions to limit their cooperation with federal immigration enforcement authorities and to declare theirs “sanctuary campuses.” Read more >

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 >

We will continue the fight for rights and justice

The election to the presidency of the U.S. of a person who launched a run for that office by demonizing immigrants is not just hugely disappointing, but it could mark yet another frightening stage in U.S. immigration policy. A stage that greatly expands the already-repressive "deterrence" framework and reaches new lows in the criminalization of immigrant and refugee populations. Read more >

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