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ICE Often Gives Detained Immigrants Poor Medical Care And Uses Segregation As Punishment, A New Report Says

Originally Published in BuzzFeed News Adolfo Florez and Hamed Aleaziz - September 21, 2020 The report found that several staff members working at detention facilities "diminished the seriousness of suicide attempts a ...

Immigrants Don’t Just Change Voting Patterns

Originally Published in The Atlantic Peter Beinart - September 20, 2020 GETTY / KAMALA HARRIS CAMPAIGN / ARSH RAZIUDDIN / THE ATLANTIC Of the many questions at stake in this fall’s election, one of the less obviou ...

Housekeepers Face a Disaster Generations in the Making

Originally Published in The New York Times David Segal - September 18, 2020 Ghosted by their employers, members of the profession are facing “a full-blown humanitarian crisis — a Depression-level situation.” ...

I’m a Muslim and Arab American. Will I Ever Be an Equal Citizen?

Originally Published in The New York Times Laila Lalami - September 17, 2020 Nearly 30 years after arriving from Morocco, after building a life and family here, I still hear: “Go back home!” “Go back ...

Possible New Prospects In Canada For U.S. Refugee Claimants Post Covid-19

Originally Published in Forbes Andy J. Semotiuk - September 18, 2020 New prospects for U.S. refugee claimants have arisen because of a Canadian Federal Court ruling. GETTY A little noticed ruling by a Cana ...

America’s cities are facing an immigration deficit

Originally Published in Axios Feliz Salmon - September 17, 2020 America's cities are facing a historic shortage of two vital resources: moneyand immigrants. Why it matters: Cities drive American economic growth, ...

More migrant women say they didn’t OK surgery

Originally Published in The Associated Press Nomaan Merchant - September 18, 2020 HOUSTON (AP) — Sitting across from her lawyer at an immigration detention center in rural Georgia, Mileidy Cardentey Fernandez unbut ...

A Global Welcome: Metro Chicago’s Approach to Immigrant Inclusion

Originally Published in The Chicago Council of Global Affairs Paul N. McDaniel and Rob Panal - September 14, 2020 More than half the global population lives in metropolitan areas, and this proportion will likely in ...

In a horrifying history of forced sterilizations, some fear the US is beginning a new chapter

Originally Published in CNN Catherine E. Shoichet - September 16, 2020 Demonstrators march outside at the Los Angeles County USC Medical Center in 1974 at a protest organized by "The Committee to Stop Forced Ster ...

Trump administration plans to appeal second census lawsuit to Supreme Court

Originally Published in CNN Gregory Wallace and Ariane de Vogue - September 16, 2020 CNN) The Trump administration said Wednesday that it plans to take a second fight over citizenship and the 2020 census to the Sup ...

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