Confronting 287(g)
Derechos civiles

Confronting 287(g)

On January 1, 2010, four young people embarked on a 1,500-mile walk from their home in Miami, FL, to Washington, D.C. in support for an immigration reform and the Dream Act. This is their story as they document it in their blog, […]

Enough is enough: we need dream act now

Enough is enough: we need Dream Act now

Leslie Coche had been detained aboard the Tri-Rail -a local train system in Florida, from Miami to Palm Beach County, as she was going to class. What was her crime to justify her being picked up without any respect to her rights?


Behind the vote: sb 1070’s risk to citizens

Behind the vote: SB 1070’s risk to citizens

It may be that the best defense against racial profiling is to require all Arizonans to carry their proof of citizenship or legal residency and that the requirement of “reasonable suspicion” be abandoned. A national identification card would also need to be created in order to account for out-of-state visitors. […]

A path with heart: vote or you don’t count

Vote or you Don’t Count

Most of us have had to pay a huge toll for being a US citizen. Please do not throw away our right to vote — our right to decide how our town, our state and our county are run. Leave your apathy behind and participate. […]