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Class-action suit claims Border Patrol violates immigrants' civil rights

During a six-month period in 2013, people detained by the Border Patrol near Tucson were regularly held more than 24 hours in temporary facilities, breaking the agency's own policies and subjecting immigrants to freezing, overcrowded cells without access to food, water, medical care and legal council, according to a new federal class-action lawsuit. Read more >

Border Wall Could Cost 3 Times Estimates, Senate Democrats’ Report Says

WASHINGTON — President Trump’s plans to build a border wall could cost more than three times as much as initial estimates, Senate Democrats said in a report released on Tuesday, adding that the administration has yet to provide C Read more >

La Red Nacional (NNIRR) responde al fallo de la Corte Suprema sobre la ley SB 1070 de Arizona:

El fallo de la Corte Suprema invita más detenciones raciales en Arizona Read more >

Supreme Court ruling on SB 1070

The Supreme Court heard oral arguments on Arizona's racial profiling, anti-immigrant law SB 1070 on April 25, 2012 and is expected to make a decision mid-late June about whether or not it will uphold the four key provisions of the law that were blocked by the lower courts.  Read more >

Community Victory! Mark Gomes freed from ICE detention, reunited with family

At 10:30am on Friday, February 3rd, I got a call from a colleague with news that Mark Gomes, a Bangladeshi man who was detained in Georgia, had been released from ICE custody and was on his way home to his family in North Carolina.  Read more >

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

When our communities demand public safety and full righ
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