12 Dec

A Truly Inconvenient Truth: Why what happened at El Paso goes much deeper than Trumps rhetoric

BY: Abdiel Razo, Communciations Associate The manifesto written by Patrick Crusius, who murdered and injured dozens of people in El Paso, titled “The Inconvenient Truth,” gives political, economic, and environmental reasons for the killings. It may be surprising that a white supremacist would be socially aware of the looming threat of climate change, but environmental purity and […]


13 Feb

Remote Adjudication Centers: The Latest Threat to Migrants’ Due Process Rights

The Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR) has recently opened up two “Adjudication Centers” to hear detained migrants’ cases over teleconferencing. These remote centers, which function as courts though with less transparency, were meant to ease the swelling backlog of cases in immigration courts. While more efficient court proceedings may benefit detained people by lessening […]


20 Sep

Family Separation: What’s Happening Now

Over the last several months, many of you watched in horror as ICE and Border Patrol separated thousands of immigrant children from their parents. Thanks to the hard work, tireless advocacy, and incredible support of immigrant communities and their allies all over the country, the administration has been ordered to reunite separated families, and many […]