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Students are collateral damage in immigration raids

By Sabrina Holcomb


For many of America’s most vulnerable students, the newest

Lawmakers look children in the eye

By Esther Yu-Hsi Lee

What awaits the tens of thousands of Central American children who flee on foot to

4 million immigrants waiting on US Supreme Court

By Esther Yu-Hsi Lee


It is a day of optimism for about four million undocumented immigrants

Latinos could be a force in coming elections

By Jason Margolis


About 100 people gather at City Hall in Houston to rally for a $15

New methane regulations could improve air quality

By Mark Richardson and Dallas Heltzell   Proposed new regulations for oil and gas producers on federal and tribal lands could not only clean the air, but also could pump millions of extra dollars into New Mexico’s economy. The Bureau …
Posted On 06 Feb 2016

Voter suppression targeting voters of color

With a filled to capacity courtroom of lawyers, plaintiffs, reporters and other observers, the federal trial challenging North Carolina’s restrictive photo ID requirement adjourned on Feb. 1st. Passed in the wake of the Supreme Court’s Shelby County v....
Posted On 06 Feb 2016

Special interests can’t silence our voice

By Anna Angeles-Farris   This is the United States of America. Special interests can’t silence our voice. Last week, on a bright, windy, and cold day in our nation’s capital, I joined hundreds of working people from around...
Posted On 06 Feb 2016

Call for global separation of Church and State

Recently, the Secular Policy Institute (SPI), a think-tank and advocacy organization, readied another in a slew of recent Advocacy Campaigns in support of the freedom of speech and thought throughout the world. The current region in jeopardy? The National Congress...
Posted On 26 Sep 2015