Despite immigration reforms by President Biden that made a significant impact on people’s lives, they fall short in some ways and racism and exploitation continue–not only in abuses by ICE officers but in the overall concept and design of the system.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement
They’ll be coming for the immigrants–and for youJuly 22, 2019
“We’ll be coming for you” begins with the immigrants of color but will not end there.
Queer Notes, July-August 2018July 25, 2018
Queer notes on Delaware’s anti-Transgender legislation; Gay asylum seeker and detainee Udoka Nweke; Lesbian activist Constance Kurt; Aryman Menem, founder of Tea and Talk for Syrian LGBT; and Baltic Pride’s Pride Parade in Riga, Latvia.
‘Families Belong Together’–ChicagoJuly 2, 2018
Participant report: 60,000 demanded “Families Belong Together!” in Chicago, with 700+ protests nationwide.
Chicagoans defend Genoveva Ramirez against ICEAugust 31, 2017
Hundreds demonstrated Aug. 31 outside Chicago offices of Immigration and Customs Enforcement, supporting Genoveva Ramirez and all others being threatened with deportation.
Across U.S. students fight fascismJuly 6, 2017
Students around the country protested neo-fascist speakers this spring. .
Draft for Marxist-Humanist Perspectives, 2017-2018: Philosophy and revolt confront Trump’s drive to fascismMay 17, 2017
The true alternative to the threat of fascism is the path to a new society based on revolution from below. Can that happen without a unity of practice with theory, without the organization of thought embodied in an actual organization?
Immigrants and allies challenge Trump’s inhumanityApril 22, 2017
As the Trump administration ramps up deportations and related abuses, strikes, protests, and sanctuary cities are proliferating. The oppression of a lower caste of workers and the discrimination and violence faced by immigrants present a challenge to the Left, labor and the rest of humanity.
Close to 5,000 celebrate International Women’s Day in New YorkMarch 12, 2017
On March 8, International Women’s Day, Washington Square Park in New York City was overflowing as close to 5,000 women, many dressed in red, rallied to hear speakers denounce the anti-woman steps taken by the Trump administration and to speak of the need to deepen women’s sense of unity.
Readers’ Views, January-February 2012 (part 2)February 19, 2012
Readers’ Views (part 2)
FROM FUKUSHIMA TO NEW YORK
Shut Down Indian Point Now! is calling a press conference immediately prior to a New York State Assembly hearing to determine energy alternatives to the Indian Point plant in January. As the Fukushima, Japan, meltdown shows, nuclear power can never be made safe.
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