Demonstrations In Bloomington During 300-Mile ‘Walk For Licenses’

By Phyllis Cha, Indiana Daily Student. -

Undocumented immigrants, immigrants and allies of the community passed through Bloomington Thursday on day six of their seven-day, 300-mile “Walk for Licenses” through Indiana, according to a [...]

Palestinians In Chicago Nurture Connection To A Homeland Far Away

By Alresalah English. -

An Estimated 85,000 Palestinians Live In Greater Chicago — 60% Of The Area’s Arab Population. The Connection Some Of Them Feel To Their Homeland Was On Full Display During Street Protests In The [...]

The Refugee Union Behind Barbed Wire

By Bethany Rielly, Tribune Magazine. -

Priti Patel’s refugee camp experiment is finally crumbling. In March, Penally Camp in Pembrokeshire — where hundreds of asylum seekers have been held in squalid conditions since September 2020 — [...]

The Variable Relationships Between Worker Centers And Unions

By Steven Greenhouse, The American Prospect. -

Like many immigrant workers, Pascual Tapia, a late-night janitor at a Target store in Minneapolis, was a victim of wage theft. He often worked 56 hours a week, but he was hardly ever paid time [...]

End Migrant Warehousing

By Lee Hall, Counterpunch. -

The Biden-Harris administration is opening multiple detention camps to warehouse migrant kids. Thousands of unaccompanied children will go to military barracks at Fort Bliss, as the president [...]

What Biden Can Do Without Congress

By Lee Camp, Consortium News. -

What if it could get done now? What if all (or many) of the largest problems within the United States could be solved now? What if the most exploited, the most troubled, the most [...]

US Cancels Over 1,000 Visas For Chinese Nationals

By Al Jazeera. -

The United States has revoked visas for more than 1,000 Chinese nationals under a May 29 presidential proclamation to suspend entry from China of students and researchers deemed security risks, [...]

New FOIA Docs Expose Conditions In Private Immigration Prison

By Alan Macleod, Mintpress News. -

New documents shed light on what activists are calling “a dark pattern of abuse” at a privately-run, for-profit prison in Virginia used by Immigrations and Customs Enforcement (ICE). Obtained by [...]

ICE Guards ‘Systematically’ Sexually Assault Detainees

By Lomi Kriel, Pro Publica. -

Guards in an immigrant detention center in El Paso sexually assaulted and harassed inmates in a “pattern and practice” of abuse, according to a complaint filed by a Texas advocacy group urging [...]

Humanitarian Camp Raided By Border Patrol, 30+ People Arrested

By Niko Georgiades, Unicorn Riot. -

The government ramped up its efforts to stop humanitarian workers on the U.S.-Mexico border and raided the ‘No More Deaths’ aid station, Byrd Camp, arresting over 30 people. The Friday, July [...]

Release The Prisoners: Ohio Jail 100 Percent Positive For Covid

By Martha Grevatt, Worker's World. -

In a recent report, the Ohio Immigrant Alliance stated that the Morrow County  Correctional Facility in Mt. Gilead is the first county jail in the state to be 100 percent COVID-positive. The [...]

Black Immigrants On The Front Lines Of COVID-19

By Jeremy Robbins, New American Economy. -

As the country continues to fight the COVID-19 pandemic, Black immigrants -- immigrants who identify as Black regardless of country or region of birth -- are playing an important role on the [...]

How Local Leaders Can Ensure Immigrant Justice During COVID-19

By the Vera Institute of Justice. -

Our immigration system is on the threshold of a new crisis precipitated by the COVID-19 pandemic. People in detention face high risks of infection from the close quarters of facilities, shelters, [...]

As The World Battles COVID-19, Greece’s War On Migrants Rages On

By Spyros Galinos, ROAR Magazine. -

For many years, a silent war has been waged along Europe’s borders, but this war has left the majority of the continent’s population seemingly untouched. This contrast has become even starker in [...]

Migrants Lead Struggle As ‘Reopening’ Fuels Resistance

By Sue Davis, Workers.org. -

Ford Motors CEO Jim Farley said during a recent conference call, “The auto industry is [the U.S.] economic engine. Restarting the entire auto ecosystem is how we restart the economy.” (New York [...]

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