It’s been six months since Alabama began implementing its worst-in-the-nation anti-immigrant law HB 56. The Alabama state legislature has been in session since mid-February—and will only remain in session until mid-May—yet no legislative action has been taken to repeal the law.

An alliance of union and civil rights groups opposed to Alabama’s toughest-in-the-nation immigration law has filed a complaint with the United Nation’s International Labor Organization.

Legislators in Alabama are gearing up to announce changes to H.B. 56. Rumor has it that they are interested in only making “tweaks” to the law, but as we clearly know: we need more than just tweaks

Legislators in Alabama are gearing up to announce changes to H.B. 56. Rumor has it that they are interested in only making “tweaks” to the law, but as we clearly know: we need more than just tweaks

Alabama’s legislative session ends on May. So far, there has been no legislative action aimed at undoing the damage done by HB 56. So, a group of faith leaders are upping the ante. Tomorrow, they’re going to unveil a “hard-hitting” tv ad urging the Legislature to act.

Alabama’s legislative session ends on May. So far, there has been no legislative action aimed at undoing the damage done by HB 56. So, a group of faith leaders are upping the ante. Tomorrow, they’re going to unveil a “hard-hitting” tv ad urging the Legislature to act.

We got an update on this year’s Walk Against Fear. The marchers, who are following the 1966 path of civil rights pioneer James Meredith, will hold a Rally Against Racism on April 7th in Jackson, Mississippi.

We got an update on this year’s Walk Against Fear. The marchers, who are following the 1966 path of civil rights pioneer James Meredith, will hold a Rally Against Racism on April 7th in Jackson, Mississippi.

We Belong Together, a delegation of women from 17 groups around the nation, was in Birmingham on Wednesday and today to look at the impact Alabama’s immigration law has had on women and children.

Alabama Coalition for Immigrant Justice officials this morning said that Alabama’s immigration law has affected the lives of immigrants and the state’s economy and that’s why the state should repeal it and why Mississippi and other states should not try to enact similar laws.