This is reminiscent of the darkest times in history

This is reminiscent of the darkest times in history

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Immigrants, Deportations, and Hate

Immigrants, Deportations, and Hate

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Keep this in mind

Keep this in mind

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WE ARE ALL UNITED AGAINST HATE! #NoMuslimBan #NoWall

WE ARE ALL UNITED AGAINST HATE! #NoMuslimBan #NoWall

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No human is illegal!

US government deporting Central American migrants to their deaths

Guardian investigation into consequences of Obama’s migration crackdown reveals US deportees have been murdered shortly after return to El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras, with study saying as many as 83 killed since 2014

Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.theguardian.com

#ImmigrationReform Tweets 10.14

Monica Brown on Dehumanizing Language and the Immigration Debate

 

 

By MONICA BROWN

…Republican Representative Steve King referred to one of First Lady Michelle Obama’s guests as “a deportable.” He tweeted it.

 

When I heard this description of 21 year old Ana Zamora, a hardworking college student and DREAMer, it felt like a blow to the chest. When President Obama enacted his 2012 executive order on immigration, Ana Zamora wrote him a thank you letter. She said, “I am finally a person in the United States…”
Not according to Representative King. To him, she is deportable.

 

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Source: blog.leeandlow.com

REPORT: DESTRUCTIVE DELAY: THE STATE OF IMMIGRATION ENFORCEMENT AND THE HUMAN COST OF POSTPONING REFORMS

 

Destructive Delay, written by Tania Unzueta and co-authored by B. Loewe, illuminates the inhumane interior Immigration and Customs Enforcement practices that continue unabated while the President postpones action and it highlights the human cost of the delay. The key findings shed light on an agency driven by one calculated mission, to meet a draconian deportation quota, regardless of the costs to public safety, institutional integrity, moral or constitutional considerations.

Through almost three dozen interviews with front-line organizers, legal experts, and people in deportation proceedings, Destructive Delay collects previously disparate and disconnected stories of the lived experience of ICE enforcement activity into a single document. The report provides real-life context for the rhetoric of the debate and gives an inside look into how immigration policy is actually working on the ground.

 

Source: www.notonemoredeportation.com