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Groups File Civil Rights Complaint With DHS Over ICE Tactics

Plus: How mental health evaluations can help asylum cases, and Wisconsin immigrants strike to show need for reform

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DHS Plans to Protect Whistleblower Immigrants From Deportation

Plus: White House halts large workplace immigration raids, and advocates are frustrated with expired visas and unused refugee spots

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New York State Senator Announces Legislation to Support Afghan Refugees

Plus: Hochul criminalizes threats to undocumented immigrants, and González-Rojas discusses her fight for immigration reform

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How the Pandemic Impacted Five Latina Immigrant Housekeepers

Plus: Texas raises $54 million for border wall, and two Haitian families' very different experiences at the border

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Students and Advocates Demand LexisNexis End ICE Contract

Plus: Bergen County ends ICE detentions, New York's excluded workers fund runs dry, and the state's first farmworker union forms

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Fauci Emphatic that Immigrants Aren’t Driving Covid Cases

Plus: Refugee admissions hit a record low in the last year, and a State Department official resigns while slamming migrant expulsions

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NY’s Excluded Workers Fund is Almost Out of Money

At a press conference organized by the Excluded Workers Coalition, more than 200 community members, advocates and representatives demanded for more funding to meet the high number of applications for the Excluded Workers Fund.

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First Farmworker Union Forms in New York State

Pindar Vineyards on Long Island became the first agricultural workplace to unionize

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Immigration Activists Follow Arizona Senator into Bathroom

Plus: Colorado nonprofit helps immigrants after release from detention, and a Sioux Falls immigration attorney is running for mayor

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