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IRCA II

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On February 27, 2021
You may remember Andrew Sandoval-Strausz from our podcast a couple of months ago. He now has an essay in the Washington Post about how the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 had a path to citizenship for undocumented immigrants, how this was an absolute good, and how we need to do the same for […]

Let Migrants In

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On February 11, 2021

It should not be controversial that we should accept the world’s tired and poor. Just let these migrants into the nation. More than 1,000 people who had been detained after crossing have been re

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ICE should abolished. It’s a disgusting agencies filled with fascists actively engaged in ethnic cleansing. Move the parts of the agency doing actually valuable work to other agencies and then clean house of the white supremacists. Sadly, the Abolish ICE movement faded fairly quickly. But that doesn’t mean we shouldn’t still advocate for it. And […]

Deportee

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On February 5, 2021

Donald Trump and Steven Miller’s ethnic cleansing campaign can’t be seen just as numbers of people deported. These are real life people with real life stories that need to be told. This Ti

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Joe Biden’s inauguration has led to immediate positive changes in the lives of at least one group of Americans: the so-called Dreamers who Trump and Miller wanted to deport from the first moment they took power. Michael Browder, one of seven members of the Arizona Dream Act Coalition who arrived in D.C. on Tuesday, said […]
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