Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and Customs and Border Protection (CBP) are using incredibly invasive surveillance technology as part of their continued efforts to target and tear apart communities across the country.
After she became homeless, Callie Rutter entered Bridges at Kraemer Place, an emergency shelter that promises to "connect participants to housing as quickly as possible." For her, however, the shelter has been a bridge to nowhere.
Those who put their lives on the line to serve their country deserve citizenship. Instead, some are being deported.
For more than 200 years, Congress has promised immigrant recruits expedited citizenship in exchange for military service: if you are willing to make the ultimate sacrifice for this country, we will honor your sacrifices with citizenship. But since 1996, the United States has betrayed that promise.
A core aspect of human autonomy and dignity is to be able to make decisions about our own bodies. But each year, doctors around the country continue to perform medically unnecessary, harmful surgeries on intersex infants and children, just to "normalize" their bodies.
Ana Adlerstein, a volunteer human rights worker at the United States/Mexico border, was suddenly arrested and jailed while accompanying an asylum seeker across the border at the Lukeville Port of Entry in Arizona. It was a bogus, unlawful arrest — Adlerstein was never charged with a crime, and after
The state of California just made it clear: Face recognition surveillance isn't inevitable. We can — and should — fight hard to protect our communities from this dystopian technology.
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