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Stop the Anti-Immigrant Hate of Trump

This is an issue that I have discussed a few times already but it is a hot topic that is trending right now in this country and one that must be talked about again. 1,563 more words


Robert Reich | The Theme That Unites All Trump’s Initiatives Is Cruelty

 Why is Trump doing this? He has no compelling justification. Unemployment is down, crime is down, and we have fewer undocumented workers in the U.S. today than we did five years ago.   457 more words

Human Rights

Mothers, Children, and Dollar Signs

A widely acknowledged fact is the exploitation of black women’s reproductive labor during slavery.  Enslaved black women were often raped in part to satisfy the sexual desires of slave owners, but it was also done, in large part, to create additional laborers for the support of the slave economy. 489 more words


Meeting #2 Notes

Here are some notes from last Thursday’s meeting:

We watched the Adam Ruins Immigration video which aimed to dispel common myths about illegal or undocumented immigrants. 88 more words


What would a city look like without undocumented immigrants? – video

Charlotte, North Carolina is a ‘gateway city’ for immigrants, who prop up its construction, health and food industries – not to mention its tax base. If all undocumented workers were to be deported, as the Trump administration is threatening, the consequences could be dire. 8 more words

Undocumented Immigrants and Business Ownership

While some immigrants come to the United States to escape dangerous conditions in their countries, a great number of immigrants also come to the United States to seek economic opportunities through better jobs and sometimes owning their own businesses. 528 more words

Immigration Law

California Chief Justice Doesn't Want Immigration Arrests In Court

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com/AP) — The chief justice of the California Supreme Court asked federal immigration agents Thursday to stop making arrests at courthouses, saying “stalking undocumented immigrants” at the facilities thwarts people’s access to justice. 602 more words