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Etiqueta: racial profiling

Arizona: ground zero for illegal immigration

Interrogations related to people's citizenship status are going to be performed based on superficial characteristics including skin color, the origin of the individual’s name, and the language they speak.

Official Statement on SB1070 in Arizona

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, trail2010.org.

Who I’m Voting for Next Week

Much is at stake next Tuesday when voters will be casting in their ballots and deciding the future direction of our state and nation. In Arizona, and throughout the U.S., many politicians are working hard to take away basic rights from vulnerable minority groups.

SB 1070: the partial injunction was not a victory

As racist comments such as “let me see your green card” become socially acceptable and immigration continues to be a political football our country will continue to take a turn that defies its own principles of justice and fairness.

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Arizona: ground zero for illegal immigration

Interrogations related to people's citizenship status are going to be performed based on superficial characteristics including skin color, the origin of the individual’s name, and the language they speak.

Official Statement on SB1070 in Arizona

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, trail2010.org.

Who I’m Voting for Next Week

Much is at stake next Tuesday when voters will be casting in their ballots and deciding the future direction of our state and nation. In Arizona, and throughout the U.S., many politicians are working hard to take away basic rights from vulnerable minority groups.

SB 1070: the partial injunction was not a victory

As racist comments such as “let me see your green card” become socially acceptable and immigration continues to be a political football our country will continue to take a turn that defies its own principles of justice and fairness.