New York, NY - Over 50 people gathered on January 18, in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. The crowd rallied at the 125th Street and Adam Clayton Powell Boulevard in Harlem, a neighborhood that has had a long history of Black revolutionary organizing.
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In this photo from Friday, Aug. 14, protesters supported by New Orleans Workers Group march in support of African asylum seekers -- many of them from Cameroon -- who've been conducting hunger strike at the Pine Prairie ICE Procession Center in Evangeline Parish.
Amnesty International USA calls upon the Trump administration to refrain from deporting people to Cameroon, as the administration schedules deportations this week from Alexandria Airport in Louisiana.
WASHINGTON – Cameroon American Council, Freedom for Immigrants, Louisiana Advocates for Immigrants in Detention, Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), Detention Watch Network (DWN), Natchez Network, Haitian Bridge Alliance, and Families for Freedom together filed a multi-individual compla
After Wendy Dowe underwent surgery in ICE custody, a radiologist’s report described her uterus as being a healthy size, not swollen with enlarged masses and cysts, as the doctor had written in his notes. (MARINA BURNEL/NYT)
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Anytime the United States goes to war, immigrants in this country are scapegoated and punished. And in this “war” on COVID-19, it is clear that there will be no exception.
The Women’s & Gender Studies Program presented its annual Symposium recently to a packed house in the Ackerson Hall Dean’s Lounge. The event, titled “Democracy for Whom?” was held in conjunction with the 100th anniversary of Women’s suffrage in the U.S.
Bristol County Sheriff Thomas Hodgson, who once offered prisoners at his jails as laborers to build the border wall, is one of many sheriffs who partners with the agency.
Jani Cauthen, Jean's ex-wife, with their children, Jamya, 12, and Jahsiah, 16. Hopeful for Jean Montrevil to receive a pardon for his misdemeanor offense, and reverse his deportation—the launching of the campaign to Bring Jean Home. (Photos by Tequila Minsky)