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Trump Tells 57,000 Honduran Immigrants To Leave Or Risk Deportation
The administration previously ended temporary protected status for immigrants from El Salvador, Haiti, Nepal, Nicaragua and Sudan.
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Kicking Salvadorans Out Of The U.S. Will Do Generational Damage
Selena E. Sermeño
, Guest Writer
Ending Temporary Protected Status for this already wounded community will hurt them now, and for years to come.
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What To Know About MS-13, The Gang Trump Is Using To Push His Immigration Plan
Its tactics are vicious, but it isn't "taking over" the country.
These Women Have Spent Years Cleaning Up After Senators Who Now Want To Deport Them
Salvadoran immigrants who have long filled D.C.'s service jobs will soon lose their protected status.
Booker Erupts At DHS Secretary Over Her 'Amnesia' Of Trump's 'Shithole' Remarks
Sen. Cory Booker (D-NJ) became enraged when talking to DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen, who claims not to recall Trump’s infamously racist comments on immigration policy.
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I Became An American The Day Trump Made His 'Shithole Countries' Comment
Ingrid Rojas Contreras
Whatever small feeling of welcome the president gave to us 1,123 new Americans, he undid the very same day.
Reactions To Trump’s 'Sh*thole' Comments
There was a wave of passionate reactions across the media and Washington in response to Trump’s comments on “shithole countries.”
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Trump Doubles Down On Feelings Towards Haiti, Blames Democrats For His Problems
President Donald J. Trump told lawmakers during immigration negotiations that he does not want to restore protections for immigrants from “shithole countries” like Haiti, El Salvador and African countries.
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The Heartless End Of TPS For Salvadorans
Operations & Communications Manager, ProsperoLatino
Yesterday, the Trump administration cancelled Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for 200,000 Salvadoran nationals who had been
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Trump Decries MS-13, Yet Plans To Send Thousands Back Into Their Grip In El Salvador
The Trump administration is ending temporary protected status for about 200,000 Salvadorans living in the U.S.
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Trump Administration Tells 200,000 Salvadorans To Leave Or Get Deported
The move hurts U.S. interests to further an anti-immigration ideology, advocates say.
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El Salvador Upholds Three-Decade Prison Term For Woman Who Suffered Stillbirth
Teodora Vasquez has already spent 10 years in jail after having pregnancy complications.
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Why 'Terrorized' Members Of Central America's LGBTQ Community Are Fleeing
By Anastasia Moloney, Reuters
"They are now some of the most vulnerable refugees," advocates say.
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At Least 2 Killed In Blaze At El Salvador Ministry
At least 22 others were injured when a major fire broke out in El Salvador’s Finance Ministry.
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For Black Women, Police Violence And Reproductive Injustice Often Intersect
Simply existing as a black woman in America can be a daunting, and often fatal, experience.
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Rising Tides And The World’s Next Refugee Crisis
Co-Founder of WE, social entrepreneur, author and speaker
By Craig and Marc Kielburger As the Brooklyn streets went dark and flooded with water, pummeled by the onslaught of Hurricane
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Karla Avelar's Life Of Constant Threats
Senior Advisor, Human Rights First
Six times in two years. Human rights activist Karla Avelar has been forced to move home six times in the last two years after
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This Dreamer Works For The Politicians Who Will Decide Her Fate In The U.S.
Ana Gomez Ramirez is a cashier in a Senate cafeteria. She wonders if her work permit will be taken away by the very people she serves.
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Central American Refugees Fleeing Violence Are 'Re-Victimized' En Route To U.S.
For millions of migrants, "fear and horrific violence... is a reality that does not end with their forced flight to Mexico.”
Why A Farm Girl From Nebraska Works To Help DREAMers Go To College
President of TheDream.US
I am a farm girl from central Nebraska. My parents raised us with a strong work ethic and Christian values. We owned and
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