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“Sanctuary cities” are an important and hotly debated issue right now. Unfortunately, public discussion of this issue reveals serious misunderstanding of what the law actually says — fueled, no doubt, by the misinformation the Trump Administration is actively spreading.
A group of U.S. military veterans – all of whom are immigrants – have begun responding to hateful, anti-immigrant posts on social media with short video statements personalized for the original poster.
President Trump’s latest executive order banning travelers from six predominantly Muslim countries is an unconstitutional Muslim ban that threatens to break up families and prevent Shi’a Muslims from studying their faith with religious scholars, according to a federal lawsuit filed today by the Southern Poverty Law Center, Muslim Advocates and a coalition of other organizations.
President Trump’s revised executive order banning travelers from six predominantly Muslim countries threatened to break up families and prevent Shi’a Muslims from studying their faith with religious scholars. The Southern Poverty Law Center, Muslim Advocates and a coalition of other...
President Trump’s threat to cut off federal funds to “sanctuary” jurisdictions will harm all residents of these areas – not just undocumented immigrants, according to briefs the Southern Poverty Law Center filed Wednesday in support of two California counties that have brought federal lawsuits over Trump’s threat to local governments.
The Southern Poverty Law Center and a coalition of immigrant rights groups today demanded an immediate investigation into the death of a 47-year-old man held at the LaSalle Detention Center in Louisiana – the fourth death of a LaSalle detainee in a little more than a year.
Attorneys for Daniela Vargas, a DACA recipient who was detained by immigration agents on March 1, are celebrating her release from ICE custody today.
Last week, Daniela Vargas spoke at a press conference in Jackson, Mississippi, about her hope that she and other Dreamers could remain in the United States and contribute to the country they’ve long called home.