Daily Archives: July 26, 2020

A Proud Son Of Immigrants, Zeshan B Shares His Views On America, Race And Music

Originally Published in NPR Raina Douris and Kimberly Junod - July 24, 2020 Before Zeshan B even released his debut album Vetted in 2017, he had already played for fellow Chicagoan, President Obama. He was ...

ICE detainees remain in facility during coronavirus outbreak despite judge’s order mandating their release

Originally Published in The Hill Zack Budryk - July 23, 2020 Nearly 350 migrant parents and children remain detained in facilities with coronavirus outbreaks nearly a month after a federal court ...

He Defended Anti-Gay and Anti-Muslim Causes. Now He’s an Immigration Judge.

Originally Published in Mother Jones Noah Lanard - July 24, 2020 Brandon Bolling argued that Islam was incompatible with the First Amendment and homosexuality was not innate. During the 2014–2015 school year, Caleig ...

‘Whiplash’: Trump and his team face an internal struggle over Dreamers

Originally Published in Politico Anita Kumar - July 24, 2020 The president has weighed strategy after strategy on DACA — some to pacify his hard-line base, some to appeal to Latino voters — just ahead of th ...

He thought he had asylum. Now, he could face a death sentence.

Originally Published in Politico Betsy Woodruff Swan - July 24, 2020 Rashed Chowdhury was a bit player in a years-old coup. His home country wants him back. And now, his fate is in William Barr's hands. Late last mo ...

Why the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Is Suing the Trump Administration

Originally Published in The New York Times Thomas J. Donohue - July 23, 2020 The president’s immigration policies are bad for business. A rally in support of the Supreme Court's ruling in favor of the DACA ...

A Rare Look Inside Trump’s Immigration Crackdown Draws Legal Threats

Originally Published in The New York Times Caitlin Dickerson - July 23, 2020 A still from the first episode of “Immigration Nation” shows people who were arrested by Immigration and Customs Enforcement in N ...

The twists and turns in Trump’s executive order on immigrants and the census

Originally Published in The Washington Post Salvador Rizzo - July 24, 2020 “Although the Constitution requires the ‘persons in each State, excluding Indians not taxed,’ to be enumerated in the census, that requ ...

How Trump’s coronavirus immigration orders affect visas and green cards

Originally Published in the Los Angeles Times Lila Seidman - July 23, 2020 Many types of work visas are impossible to get because U.S. embassies and consulates around the world are closed. (Adam Berry / Getty ...

THE TRUMP CHILD ABUSE SCANDAL

Originally Published in The Intercept Mehdi Hasan - July 23, 2020 IT’S BEEN TWO years since the peak of public outcry over the Trump administration’s decision to begin separating the children of unauthorized migran ...

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