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Immigrants Rights

Josh West | Salt Lake City, UT | 8/03/10
200 protesters filled the Utah State Capitol Building in solidarity with undocumented immigrants on July 29. Their chants rang through the capitol,...
Fight Back! Editors | United States | 8/03/10
On July 28, Federal Judge Susan Bolton placed an injunction on most of Arizona’s SB1070 until a Federal Court of Appeals rules on whether the state law is...
SB1070
Freedom Road Socialist Organization | United States | 8/02/10
Over the summer of 2010, undocumented students organized a series of militant sit-ins and hunger strikes in support of the DREAM act, raising the level of...
DREAM Act
Kosta Harlan | Raleigh, NC | 8/01/10
About 250 immigrant workers, youth and their allies marched on the State Capitol building here, on July 29, in protest of Arizona's SB1070....
Brad Sigal | Saint Paul, MN | 7/31/10
On the day Arizona’s anti-immigrant law SB1070 took effect, 250 people rallied against it at the State Capitol in St. Paul, MN in one of dozens of...
Stephanie Weiner | Chicago, IL | 7/30/10
300 people rallied at the Cook County Courthouse, at the corner of 26th Street and California Avenue, July 29. They demanded an end to deportations, and...
Chance Zombor | Milwaukee, WI | 7/30/10
Around 100 people, mostly Chicanos and Mexicanos, marched through downtown here, July 29, to protest racist Arizona’s SB1070 and HB2281 laws. They held...
SB1070
Grace Kelley | Phoenix, AZ | 7/30/10
Over 500 activists and community members gathered here on the morning of July 29 to protest SB1070 on the day the law was going into effect.
Fight Back! Editors | United States | 7/30/10
People concerned with immigration reform should understand clearly the reasons that a further militarization of the U.S. border is unacceptable.
Charla Schlueter | Phoenix, AZ | 7/27/10
Tensions build as July 29 nears – the date set for the racist law SB1070 to go into effect. Under this law police officers will have the power to demand...
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