The GOP front-runner’s calls for violence against his critics are no joke.
We need an audacious immigration proposal that puts people before politics, and that means a concrete, expedient pathway to citizenship for undocumented workers.
The Supreme Court’s decision on Arizona’s immigration laws addresses part of the issue. But let’s name the elephant in the room: Racism.
With this new immigration policy, Obama is galvanizing his reelection prospects and potentially boosting support for many Democratic congressional candidates in November.
Maryland is one of a handful of states helping young undocumented immigrants obtain a college education.
Alabama’s new anti-immigration law includes provisions that serve no purpose other than to intimidate undocumented immigrants and discourage them from getting an education.
The cynically named Secure Communities program threatens to make every cop in the country part of an immigration dragnet.
Women should be able to access victim services, regardless of their immigration status.
GOP lawmakers are shamefully seeking to score political points at the expense of undocumented workers’ children.
In addition to directing funding towards enforcement-only policies that criminalize immigrants, CCA lobbies for immigration policies that get more undocumented residents locked up.
Either Meg Whitman considers herself above the law or she was knowingly breaking it.
Maricopa County stands to lose $113 million in federal funds if Arpaio doesn’t produce proof that he’s not engaging in racial profiling.
Billionaires in glass houses are castigating the employment of undocumented immigrants.
Passing the DREAM Act would allow deserving youth to become productive members of society.
David Bacon’s Illegal People illustrates how current immigration laws hurt citizens and legal immigrants as well as the undocumented immigrants whom the laws target.