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January 28, 2013, Washington, D.C. -- Rights Working Group (RWG) applauds the bi-partisan senators’ decision to release principles for immigration reform that recognize the need to establish a pathway to citizenship for the millions of undocumented migrants that would bring them out of the shadows and into the fabric of society.
A group of five Latinos filed a lawsuit in federal appeals court earlier this month alleging that they were profiled by the Sandusky Bay U.S.
Although President Barack Obama received praise for finally putting forward a comprehensive aggressive gun control agenda in the wake of the Newtown massacre, when 20 schoolchildren were gunned down, some civil rights advocates expressed concern last week that a portion of that agenda could hinder the education of students of color by exacerbating the school-to-prison pipeline.
A new report released this month deals a significant blow to conservative voices in Congress that are calling for toughened border security and stepped up enforcement as as the Obama Administration confirms that immigration reform