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    Faces of Racial Profiling: BCC's Wesley Morris Shares Experience with Racial Profiling

     In this latest installment of the Faces of Racial Profiling video series, Wesley Morris of the Beloved Community Center (BCC), a social justice organization, in Gre...[Read more]

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    Visit Your Member of Congress during August Recess

    Join the immigrant rights and racial justice movements mobilizing across the country at this important time! Tell your Members of Congress that we need strong federal legislation to ban racial profiling. Urge you...[Read more]

    Obama, pay attention to immigration reform as day 14 of immigration fast leads 3 fasters to ER

    At a packed church in New York city on a cold wintry afternoon, hundreds of supporters shouted Si Se Puede! Yes we can!

    Looking forward to immigration reform and how it will benefit the U.S. economy by $1.5 trillion

    Do we need more evidence of the fact that Comprehensive Immigration Reform (CIR) will benefit the country? For those that are unconvinced, the new report brought out by the Center for American Progress and Immigration Policy Center should help point our how crucial CIR is to the future of the U.S. economy.

    Law Enforcement Officer Says “Fire Arpaio!” who has taken the law into his own hands

    An effective and powerful resistance movement launched against Sheriff Arpaio’s of Arizona is finally yielding results.

    Shocking New York Times article uncovers efforts to conceal immigrant deaths in detention

    A New York Times article has revealed scathing information about grave abuses of power by immigration officials desperate to conceal the deaths and mistreatment of immigrants in detention. This includes covering up evidence of gross mistreatment, undercounting the number of detention deaths, discharging patients right before they die, and major efforts to avoid scrutiny from the news media.
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    How many hunger strikes will it take?

    From a letter of testimony by Christina Fernandez, a wife of a detainee held at the Reeves County Detention facility:
    Are they asking for a massacre?  Or do they think that we the wives, children, parents, siblings and family members of these men will sit back and wait until we receive body-bags, because they didn’t do their job as officers of the law and staff members of the Federal Bureau of Prisons?