Over 100 People Show Up To Support Sherrie Andre Of The FANG Collective On Trial For Resisting ICE

By Staff, Itsgoingdown.org -

On January 7th, over 100 people came to New Bedford District Court to support Sherrie Andre, the co-founder of the FANG Collective, as they headed to trial. Despite the fact that both Sherrie’s [...]

More Than 25 Cities Light Up The Night Against Prisons & Migrant Detention Camps

By Staff, Itsgoingdown.org -

On New Year’s Eve, in over 25 cities across so-called North America, anarchists, abolitionists, and autonomous anti-capitalists took part in noise demonstrations outside of ICE detention [...]

We Can’t Obtain Immigration Justice In A World Of Borders And Nations

By Rebecca Centeno, Truthout.org -

We can’t reckon with the extreme inequalities and inherent injustices of immigration policy without an analysis of how borders, the state and capitalism function to create them. Current liberal [...]

The Northwest Turns Up The Heat On ICE

By Richard Read, LA Times. -

Yakima, Wash. — A man in handcuffs locked to a belt chain trudged up metal stairs, eyes fixed on the door of a U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement charter plane bound for El Paso. He [...]

A Juarez Refugee Christmas

By Kent Paterson, Counterpunch.org -

As temperatures dip near or below freezing, scores of Mexican refugees huddle in their makeshift tents of layered plastic sheeting at the foot of the Santa Fe Bridge that connects Ciudad Juarez, [...]

India’s Government Is Going To War Against Its Own People

By Vijay Prashad, Globetrotter, a project of the Independent Media Institute. -

On December 13, the United Nations high commissioner for human rights released a powerful statement that criticized India’s new citizenship law. This “fundamentally discriminatory” Citizenship [...]

D.C. Chef Arrested By ICE Officers Who Seemed To Be ‘Trying Their Luck’ In Apartment Building, Lawyer Says

By Rachel Kurzius, Dcist.com -

Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers hung around in the hallway of a D.C. residential building that many Central Americans call home, and conducted a search on the first apartment that [...]

Letting Our Values Out Of Their Cage

By Robert C. Koehler, Commonwonders.com -

My God, they put Jesus and his parents in cages, as though that’s what U.S. Customs and Border Patrol agents would do — you know, keep the spirit of love and compassion from entering the United [...]

At Emotional Meeting, North Dakota Residents Talk County Officials Out Of Trumpian Plan To Ban Refugees

By Julia Conley, Commondreams.org -

At a standing-room-only meeting on Monday evening, residents of Burleigh Country, North Dakota, rejected a proposal that would have made the county the first in the nation to refuse entry to [...]

The Dangers Of Trump’s “Safe Third Country” Agreements In Central America

By Peniel Ibe, Afsc.org -

The Trump administration is methodically dismantling the U.S. asylum system to slash immigration to the U.S. One of the most devastating changes the administration has introduced is negotiating [...]

On This Day Of Thanks And Mourning, A Call To Demilitarize The US Border

By Tara Tabassi and Mariam Iskajyan, Commondreams.org -

One year ago this week, as families across the country were preparing to sit down together for a Thanksgiving (or Day of Mourning) meal, families at the U.S.-Mexico border were facing a [...]

No Music For ICE! Musicians: Pull your Music From Amazon This Holiday Season

By Staff, Medium.com -

In an escalation of our NoMusicForICE campaign, we just issued takedown notices to pull our music from Amazon’s digital platform, and you can too. We’re calling on musicians & labels who oppose [...]

DACA: Damned If They Do, Damned If They Don’t + Never Again Means Now

By Eleanor Goldfield, Occupy.com -

DACA in the supreme court – the arguments over legality, the power of presidents and the pawns of imperialist games. Next up, Never Again Action launches proactive and historically conscious [...]

Not Guilty: Jurors Acquit Border Aid Volunteer Scott Warren On Harboring Charges

By Henry Brean, Tucson.com -

Federal court jurors in Tucson drew a line between harboring and help on Wednesday, when they acquitted border aid worker Scott Warren on felony charges for the assistance he gave to two Central [...]

Meet The Immigrants Who Took On Amazon

By Jessica Bruder, Wired.com -

It was 11 days before Christmas in 2018, and Amazon’s warehouse in Shakopee, Minnesota, was operating at full tilt. At the rear of the facility, waves of semi trucks backed up to a long row of [...]