Tag Archives: immigration justice

Border Patrol to continue shooting in response to rock-throwing

Tweet In a harrowing–but unsurprising–move, the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) is rejecting a recommendation to stop using deadly force in response to rock-throwers from the Mexican side of the border. What is even more infuriating than this move is the reasoning Border Patrol Chief Mike Fisher gave for rejecting this recommendation: Tweet
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Hats Off to Immigrant Women

TweetWe here at Feministing know that women wear many hats. Women are caretakers, students, workers, bloggers or activists. They may also be immigrants. These women all deserve to be included within our government’s social safety net, to benefit from the resources they are already investing in, and to be brought out of the shadows of [...]
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Building character in overlooked places

TweetOne of my favorite parts of being on the road, speaking about my various books, is the chance to interact with local organizers, artists, and activists, and get even just a lil’ taste of the issues in various parts of the country. A couple of weeks ago I had the chance to go to Salt [...]
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Tuesday viewing: Migration is Beautiful

Tweet i am OTHER (Pharrell, I love you!) featured artist and activist Favianna Rodriguez, along with her partners and supporters, in a documentary series, “Migration is Beautiful.” In the videos, she details her own passion as an artist,  her journey to the front lines of the war on immigrants, and her trip to the Democratic National Convention [...]
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