Law enforcement agencies are deploying secret and invasive surveillance technologies to collect sensitive location and biometric data, target local activists, and feed ICE's deportation machine.
Police in California have a problem with deadly force. Last year, police shot and killed 162 people in the state, half of whom did not have guns.
Now is the Time for California Families and Communities to Advocate for Strong Sanctuary Policies in K-12 Schools
Last week, California Attorney General Xavier Becerra provided all California public school leaders with the policies they must adopt by July to protect students from immigration enforcement while at school.
It's a scene out of a dystopian police state: Your bus pulls into the station after a long ride, but before you can get off, law enforcement agents board and make their way down the aisle, peering at passengers.
Students deserve to attend supportive and well-resourced schools, where they feel safe.
Peter Arellano's life changed when a Los Angeles Police Department officer handed him a piece of paper informing him that he was now subject to a "gang injunction." He could no longer visit his neighbors in their homes, drive to church with his family, ride his bike through the local park, or eve