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Major cities are going up against President-elect Donald Trump's hardline immigration policies, including Los Angeles, which said it will set up a $10 million "L.A. Justice Fund" for the cause.
Thousands of college students across the country are calling for their schools to be "sanctuary campuses."
Sheriff Joe Arpaio repeatedly racially profiled Hispanics — despite a court order saying he cannot detain drivers on his unfounded suspicion they are illegal immigrants.
Obama's immigration plan would have put an estimated 4 million people into a program that shields them from deportation and supplies work permits.
The 4-4 vote leaves the fates of undocumented immigrants in limbo as Obama’s program is put to a halt.
Judge in Arizona says victims profiled by racist Sheriff Joe Arpaio could receive up to $1,500 for the first hour and an additional $200 for every 20 minutes they were detained.
Calls U.S.-born judge “Mexican” and a “hater" and Trump spokesperson says judge is “connected" to "criminal rallies."
Arizona’s Joe Arpaio ignored court orders and encouraged his deputies to scrutinize Latino drivers more than whites, a federal judge found.
Authorities in Flint have been requiring IDs before handing out water bottles to residents in need.
The Vice President, who is known to commit a gaffe from time to time, had a two-fer Tuesday, with a spectacularly viral moment and another offensive remark. See both here.
More particulars about President Obama’s immigration-reform plan have been revealed, and they include the ability to pay for a citizenship application with a credit card. See what the other changes will be made here.
The Pope sends a clear message regarding the current “humanitarian crisis” of undocumented immigrants that the U.S. is facing.
The United Nations aims for Central American immigrants to be classified as refugees, since they are displaced by armed conflict in their own countries.
In response to a recent Politico article, "Dems' Tough New Immigration Pitch," DiversityInc CEO Luke Visconti explains how dangerous it is to pander to haters and how a market downturn spurs social change.