A group of cowboy hat-clad high school students turned their backs and displayed a Donald Trump sign as the starting roster for a predominantly black basketball team was announced before a game in Missouri. The pregame prank at Warrensburg High School occurred as the home team prepared for tipoff against the visiting Center High School… Continue »

A coalition of national advocacy groups have issued letters calling on leading tech giants to refuse to participate in any effort to build Donald Trump’s Muslim registry, reports Colorlines. “This is not about politics,” reads the core of the letters, which were addressed to executives at Google, Microsoft, Facebook, Apple, IBM, Booz Allen Hamilton, CGI,… Continue »

While Local Leaders and Advocacy Efforts Continue to Speak Out for Pro-Immigrant Vision of America, Immigrants Themselves Offering Most Powerful Contrast to Trump Immigration Plans Local leaders and advocacy organizations continue to speak up on behalf of immigrants, offering a strong pro-immigrant vision that contrasts sharply with the stated plans and views of President-elect Donald… Continue »

Today's must-read top immigration news from around the country.

English (en español al final de la página): Houston Chronicle: Advocates vow to fight broad deportation of immigrants By Lomi Kriel Washington Post: The biggest names in tech just made nice with Trump By Elizabeth Dwoskin and Brian Fung Wall Street Journal: Donald Trump Strikes Conciliatory Tone in Meeting With Tech Executives By Jack Nicas… Continue »

A coalition of faith, family and community leaders gathered today to deliver a national petition calling on Congressional leaders to reject the nomination of Sen. Jeff Sessions and other divisive figures in President-elect Donald Trump’s cabinet. “Congressional leaders must reject President-elect Trump’s cabinet of bigotry and demand advisors who embody the values that make our… Continue »

We see their contributions every day, yet they could soon be targeted by the deportation plans of President-elect Donald Trump. Two new pieces lift up backbreaking work of undocumented immigrant farmworkers, who make up as much as 1.75 million of the 2.5 million farmworker population, according to data from the US Department of Labor’s 2012… Continue »

In a new video from the Chronicle of Higher Education, five DACA recipients share their accomplishments, hopes, and fears about the future of the program following the 2016 Presidential election. The Trinity Washington University students have all excelled in their studies following the 2012 implementation of DACA, and have dreams of continuing to create change… Continue »

A diverse mix of voices across the country continue to speak out in support of immigrants, and pledge to fight a Trump Administration mass deportation push. Among the new developments include a sign-on letter from technology company employees; continued leadership from city leaders in Houston and New Haven; and a burgeoning effort to increase immigrants’ access… Continue »

Today's must-read top immigration news from around the country.

English (en español al final de la página): Reuters: Tech Employees Vow Not to Help Trump Surveil Muslims, Deport Immigrants By Dustin Volz Daily Kos: Three dozen sanctuary cities renew commitment to defy Trump’s immigration plans By Kerry Eleveld The Tennessean: Immigration reformers call for unified resistance to Trump’s policies By Joel Ebert KPRC: Officials… Continue »

Outgoing United States Attorney General Loretta Lynch called anti-Muslim hate crimes — which have spiked since the launch of Donald Trump’s Presidential campaign in June 2015 —  “a stain on our nation’s very soul” during a speech at a Virginia mosque yesterday. “Hate crimes target more than just the individual at that time; they target… Continue »