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El Servicio de Inmigración y Control de Aduanas (ICE, por sus siglas en inglés) entraron a los hogares de familias de inmigrantes sin órdenes de registro, sin el consentimiento de los residentes y sin causa probable – en violación a la Cuarta Enmienda de la Constitución estadounidense – solamente para detener y deportar familias, principalmente mujeres y niños, según una demanda radicada por la Southern Poverty Law Center y el bufete de abogados Barnwell Whaley Patterson & Helms (Barnwell Whaley).
The U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency entered the homes of immigrant families without warrants, consent or probable cause – in violation of the Fourth Amendment – solely to detain and deport families, mostly women and children, according to a lawsuit filed by the SPLC.
On each anniversary of Bloody Sunday, people from across the country and the world make a pilgrimage to Selma, Alabama, to listen to civil rights luminaries, walk across the Edmund Pettus Bridge, and recommit themselves to the fight for equal justice.
The city of Corinth, Mississippi and Municipal Court Judge John C. Ross are operating a modern-day debtors’ prison, unlawfully jailing poor people for their inability to pay bail and fines, according to a federal class-action lawsuit filed by the SPLC and another civil rights group.
The decision to allow enforcement of Trump’s Muslim ban will continue to break up families and allow religious discrimination against persons fleeing religious and political persecution.
We commend the members of the Florida Senate Criminal Justice Committee for their passage of four bills today that could finally put this state on the path toward meaningful criminal justice reform.
Three and a half years before Rosa Parks sat down, Pfc. Sarah Keys refused to get up.