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Women wearing veils of mourning hold cards with the image of Amadou Diallo before the start of a prayer vigil outside the United Nations February 27, 2000 in New York. The Rev. Al Sharpton is holding the vigil to protest the acquittal of four white New York City police officers charged in the February 1999 shooting death of Diallo. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)
Women wearing veils of mourning hold cards with the image of Amadou Diallo before the start of a prayer vigil outside the United Nations February 27, 2000 in New York. The Rev. Al Sharpton is holding the vigil to protest the acquittal of four white New York City police officers charged in the February 1999 shooting death of Diallo. Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images

The NYPD’s Long History of Targeting Black Immigrants

Despite making up only 7.2 percent of the noncitizen population in the US, more than 20 percent of people facing deportation on criminal grounds are Black.

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Trump and López Obrador Best of Friends During Visit

President Trump praised Mexico's President Andrés Manuel López Obrador and Mexican Americans despite his history of doing the opposite

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ICE’s International Student Ban Met with Multiple Lawsuits

ICE's ban on international student visas is seen as a blatant attempt to get schools to reopen in the fall

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Disbursements Begin from Fund for Undocumented Immigrants

Immigrants have finally started receiving prepaid debit cards from the $20 million fund meant to help them during the pandemic