The General Assembly is about to approve a dangerous anti-immigrant bill that would force all North Carolina sheriffs to help Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) detain and deport community members or face removal from office. We're urging Gov. Cooper to stop it.
If reparations are the right path for America, how do we get there? Join the ACLU for a tough but necessary conversation about racial justice.
The images of Oscar Alberto Martínez Ramírez and his daughter Valeria, who lost their lives trying to seek refuge in the U.S., have left us haunted. They serve as an important reminder of the urgency of the fight for immigrant justice and the need to stand up to the Trump administration's policies.
Should N.C. Courts Have Power to Review Police Abuse Done on Behalf of ICE? The N.C. Supreme Court Will Decide.
Last year, ICE sent upwards of 4,500 requests to local law enforcement in North Carolina, asking them to hold people in jail when state law would otherwise mandate their release. For the people targeted by these requests, there are few options.
In 2008, Yolanda Zavala’s 18-year-old son was ticketed by a police officer for driving without a license. What should’ve been a minor citation turned into his deportation.
Earlier this month, 23-year-old Chanel Scurlock was found shot dead in Lumberton, North Carolina. She is the ninth transgender Black woman killed in 2019.
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