Women Convicted for Leaving Food and Water for Migrants
The No More Deaths volunteers face up to six months in prison after a federal judge found them guilty of “abandonment of property.”
How the Promise of Roe v. Wade Left Women of Color Behind [OP-ED]
Roe has never been full of promise for women of color, immigrant women and women with low incomes. But if the Trump administration gets its way, we have the most to lose.
Gov't Says Thousands More Migrant Children Were Separated From Families Than Reported
The Trump administration began its family separation policy earlier than what was originally reported.
Judge Blocks Trump Administration From Asking About Citizenship on Census
“We must continue to stay vigilant and not let this administration use yet another mechanism to devalue and stifle the voices of people of color.”
Court Thwarts White House Effort to Keep Women From Free Contraception in 13 States
But a new federal rule could stand in the way for millions of other women.
Just 12 Non-U.S. Citizens on Terror Watchlist Apprehended at Southern Border
As the Trump administration struggles to justify the need for a border wall, Vice President Mike Pence makes misleading claims about the number of “known or suspected terrorists” trying to enter the United States.
Trial Begins to Halt Trump's Termination of TPS for Haitians
As more than 50,000 Haitians face possible deportation, plaintiffs and immigration advocates gather outside the federal courthouse where their fates will be decided.
Judge Temporarily Blocks ICE Agents From Arresting Cambodian Refugees
Many of those targeted fled the Khmer Rouge’s reign of terror as children, but are now facing deportation orders.
Young Immigrants Escaping Abuse Face Green Card Denials From U.S. Government
Applicants must file paperwork before they turn 21, but the Trump administration is rejecting applications for some who have celebrated their 18th birthdays.
Federal Judge Blocks Restrictions on Who Can Seek Asylum
He ruled that the Trump administration’s policy of denying asylum for survivors of domestic and gang violence is “arbitrary, capricious and in violation of the immigration law.”
Trump Administration Ignores How Laws Are Made to Deny People Food Stamps
The USDA proposed rule changes could affect more than half a million people.
Civil Rights, Criminal Justice Orgs Call Out AG Nom William Barr's Racism
President Donald Trump will nominate Barr to run the Department of Justice. His track record proves he will be bad for people of color.
REPORT: Migrants Bring Economic Stability, Not Disease
Dr. Paul Spiegel: “There is no evidence to show that migrants are spreading disease. That is a false argument that is used to keep migrants out.”
Trump Can Continue to Ignore Environmental Laws While Building Border Wall
The Supreme Court will not hear a challenge brought by groups that say construction would pose a serious threat.
Many In Migrant Caravan May Be Climate Refugees
This vulnerable demographic are not recognized or protected by any international law.
Migrant Families Still Being Separated at the Border
Border agents say they have “no obligation” to report new cases of family separation because they didn’t take place under the Trump administration’s “zero tolerance” immigration policy.
Docuseries 'Waking Dream' Follows Dreamers in Limbo
The streaming show follows six young immigrants of undocumented status as they fight for their American lives.
Feds Use Tear Gas On Migrants, Activists Push Back
Thousands of migrants have been traveling on foot for weeks to seek refuge from violence and poverty in their homelands.
Trump Administration Downplays Damning Climate Change Report
Produced by 300 scientists, it shows that global warming—which disproportionately impacts people of color—will wreak havoc on the United States’ economy, public health, coastlines and infrastructure.
Federal Judge Blocks Trump's Asylum Ban
The ruling comes after President Donald Trump signed a proclamation to refuse asylum earlier this month.