Immigration Reform

Fault Lines: Punishment and Profits: Immigration Detention

The detention and deportation of immigrants has reached an all-time high under the Obama administration. Fault Lines investigates the business of immigrant detention and finds out how a few companies are shaping U.S. immigration laws.

CL blog: "Arizona Doesn't Speak for Me!" event in Charlotte NC

While the most controversial parts of Arizona’s SB 1070 have been put on hold as legal issues are investigated, those who disagree with the bill remain strong in their solidarity; here in Charlotte, opponents of SB 1070 will go on to stage a protest today.

AFSC's Jennifer Piper discusses Arizona protests

Check out Jennifer Piper of AFSC's Colorado staff on protests about Arizona's anti-immigrant law.

Iowa City Friends Minute on Immigration

2010 Minute on Immigration: We approve the following minute:

Iowa City Friends of the Religious Society of Friends (Quaker), in keeping with our testimony of the Light within, or that of God in each person, recognize all persons as brothers and sisters, equal and infinitely valuable.

IMYM Minute on Immigration Reform

 
 

InterMountain Yearly Meeting Minute on Recent Immigration Legislation and Comprehensive Immigration Reform (June 2010)

Call for Arizona-style immigration law raises fears in Florida

Miami's NPR station reports that calls for an Arizona-style law in Florida is raising fears. But AFSC's Herman Martinez vows action. Click here to hear more.

Reaction to President Obama's immigration speech

AFSC's Christian Ramirez is disappointed in President Obama's first major speech on immigration. Read more or listen here.

Immigration Reform & Iowa’s Economy

Thursday, June 17, 2010 - 7:30pm

A talk by Raul Hinojosa and Dan Griswold. There’s also a reception at Davis Brown Law Firm, 215 10th St, Suite 1300, 5:30 - 7:00 pm. Cost for the reception: $50. The talk is free.

GSO-ImmigrationSimulation

Participants in an AFSC immigration simulation.

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