Category: Racism

Danica Jorden: Will Supreme Court Overturn DACA?

Dreamers Say, This Is My Home

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Marjorie Cohn: DACA Arguments in Supreme Court Leave Outcome in Doubt

After the arguments before the Supreme Court in the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) case, it is difficult to predict the outcome

Ali Karamustafa: Humanitarian first and pro-worker second

How the left lost the moral and economic high ground on immigration

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Josue De Luna Navarro: Undocumented Immigrant Enforcement Policies Drive Public Mental Health Crisis

Imagine running away from a lion all your life — that’s how 11 million undocumented immigrants feel today, and it takes a toll on their mental health

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Benjamin Barber: Fighting voter purges across the South

Despite research documenting the serious problems they present for voting rights, aggressive purges of the voting rolls continue to be proposed in advance of the 2020 elections

Danica Jorden: Who’s Running DHS? Right Now, Nobody

“I put in a very good man who’s highly respected, and he’s acting right now. We’ll see where that goes. As you know, I like acting. It gives you great flexibility.” U.S. President Donald Trump speaking to reporters at the White House on Friday, November 1, 2019, when asked if Chad Wolf would be the Read more…

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Benjamin Barber: School secession movement drives re-segregation

Re-segregation is on the rise in American schools

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Sue Sturgis: Will Mississippi elect its next governor under Jim Crow rules?

Under this Jim Crow system, number of African Americans who’ve won statewide office in Mississippi, the state with the highest concentration of black residents: 0

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Ryan Devereaux: Occupy ICE Activist and DACA Recipient Deported for Tweeting

Salazar remembers three phrases sticking out: Your DACA’s expired. You’re in this country illegally. You’re under arrest.

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Ramzy Baroud: Who Killed Oscar and Valeria: The Inconvenient History of the Refugee Crisis

The haunting image of the bodies of Salvadoran father, Oscar Alberto Martinez Ramirez, and his daughter, Valeria, who were washed ashore at a riverbank on the Mexico-U.S. border cannot be understood separately from El Salvador’s painful past

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